Most of my graduate work has been in the area of New Testament studies. I have been taught by some great scholars and have read many books in this area. Throughout these years, I have […]
Today is Canada Day and so I thought I would highlight some resources with a Canadian connection. Canada has made some significant contributions to apologetics ministry. Some of the books I will share are either […]
Jesus: The Final Days–What Really Happened By Craig A. Evans & N.T. Wright, edited by Troy A. Miller / Westminster John Knox Press What do history and archaeology have to say about Jesus’ death, burial, […]
There are plenty of good books out there. There is no lack of quality Christian books for both an academic and popular audience. Having said that, there are a few books that I go back to […]
I need to make myself clear here. There are others that have been more influential in previous generations. There are others who may have more degrees or who get invited to more apologetics conferences. But […]
This is a great interview with Craig Evans on how archaeological evidence influences our understanding of Jesus. If you are interested in the book that it is based on, you can get it here.
Acadia Divinity College, were I study, has a series called Religion Soup. These include debates featuring Craig Evans, Bart Ehrman, Mike Licona and Dale Martin. You can find these debates on Youtube at this playlist.
Since I recently posted some recommended books on apologetics, I thought I would also recommend five books that deal specifically with the New Testament. Resurrection of the Son of God by N.T. Wright Jesus and […]
I often hear requests for suggested apologetics resources. Here are some books that I recommend for people interested in apologetics. Reasonable Faith by William Lane Craig Fabricating Jesus by Craig Evans Resurrection of Jesus by […]
Craig Evans is my New Testament professor at Acadia Divinity College and I highly recommend his work. This is a helpful video to provide some some much needed balance when studying Jesus. I also recommend […]
I am excited to start my Doctor of Ministry program at Acadia Divinity College next month. Some people have wondered why I am doing a D.Min. rather than a Ph.D. That is a good question. The […]
One of the hardest things to reconcile in the New Testament is the differences between the genealogies in Matthew and Luke. While I have no easy answers, I appreciate the words of Craig Evans from […]
One of the best Jesus books that I have read in the last couple of years is Craig Evans’ Fabricating Jesus, where he deals with some of the recent radical theories regarding Jesus. Here is […]
My full review of Craig Evans’ Fabricating Jesus has now been published in the McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry. You can read the review here.
I just finished reading Craig A. Evans’ Fabricating Jesus: How Modern Scholars Distort the Gospels. This was one of the best books on apologetics that I have ever read. Evans tackles the Jesus Seminar, John […]