Michael R. Licona, The Resurrection of Jesus: A New Historiographical Approach (Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2010), 718 pp. Pbk. There are no lack of books on the resurrection of Jesus. Pastors, scholars, apologists and critics […]
I recently asked some people why they thought apologetics was important. This is what they said. “The question isn’t: do you have an apologetic? Everybody does. The question is simply: is it a good one?” – Andy […]
Lenny Esposito interviews Mike Licona on supposed Bible contradictions.
I have been hesitant to enter into the debate between Norm Geisler and Mike Licona over inerrancy. Partly because I am embarrassed about the whole thing and that this situation grieves me. However, since this […]
Mike Licona reviews Daniel A. Smith’s Revisiting the Empty Tomb: The Early History of Easter in the Review of Biblical Literature. You can read the review here.
The cornerstone of the Christian faith is that of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. If we do not get this, we do not anything. That is why it is so important to learn […]