Miracles – Review

Apologetics and Theology

One of the books that I had been looking forward to reading was Miracles by Craig Keener. My hesitance was that it was a two volume hardback and thought it would take a long time […]

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10 New Testament Scholars I Recommend

Apologetics and Theology

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 […]

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5 Living Christians I Would Like to Meet

Leadership and Ministry

Some time ago, I wrote a blog post about five living christians I would like to meet. They included: Billy Graham Eugene Peterson N.T. Wright Ravi Zacharias Rick Warren Since Billy Graham is now dead […]

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IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament – Review

New Testament

There are tons of good biblical resources out there, but only a few that I would recommend for everyone. One of those would be The IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament by Craig Keener. Keener […]

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Challenging Skepticism About Miracles

Apologetics and Theology

A very interesting lecture about miracles by New Testament scholar Craig Keener. There is both teaching on the New Testament and testimonies of actual miracles.

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Nativity Cave and Gentile Myths

Was Jesus really born in a cave?  And was that a cave a reference to existing pagan myths about the birth of god-men or other images?  If you are interested in the supposed pagan connections […]

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Craig Keener on the Existence of Jesus

Apologetics and Theology

People doubting the existence of Jesus is persistent theory that just does not seem to want to go away.  Is there any evidence for the existence of Jesus?  New Testament scholar Craig Keener wrote a […]

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Historical Jesus Reviews

Apologetics and Theology

The latest Review of Biblical Literature has a couple of reviews that people might be interested in.  Robert Gundry reviews Craig Blomberg’s Historical Reliability of the Gospels here.  Craig Blomberg reviews Craig Keener’s The Historical […]

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