The central teaching of Christianity is being challenged as more skeptics question Jesus' existence and choose their own destiny apart from God and the Bible. But proving Jesus' existence isn't difficult.
An impression from the seal of an official in the court of the biblical King Zedekiah has been found during an archaeological excavation in Jerusalem 's ancient City of David area in strata dated to the time of Jerusalem's destruction at the hands of the Babylonians.
Recently I was able to attend an eye-opening conference given by William Dembski, who holds a Ph.D. in mathematics, another in philosophy and a master's degree in theology. He recently coauthored the book Understanding Intelligent Design.
Understanding the Bible and it's authority is essential to our faith. God's word proves itself many times to be inspired and useful for our use. Let's go through the Bible and discover it's source of authority.
There are some in the “Christian” world that make some rather subtle and slightly misleading arguments to persuade people that the Apostle Paul did away with the Ten Commandments. Although some of the things that the Apostle Paul wrote are hard to understand it should be clear that the Apostle Paul, of course, did no such thing.
For many millions, God's Word is unexplored and uncharted territory. Yet the Bible is not only designed to help humans beings cope in a world caught up in all kinds of crisis. It contains the good news of the Kingdom of God—showing how God will solve the many problems of a world edging ever closer to catastrophe. In this lesson you will discover how the Bible reveals great truths that, when comprehended, can transform your life in ways you've never imagined.
The study of archaeology can help fortify faith. It allows us to take a fascinating journey back in time to study the stones and artifacts that bear mute but compelling witness to the truth of Scripture. This series examines the discoveries that parallel and illuminate biblical accounts.
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