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Science and the Resurrection Belief are Not Incompatible

A common talking point in the New Atheist community is the assertion that the resurrection of Jesus contradicts science and thus must be wrong. Yet this argument is seriously misguided, as it depends on a faulty understanding of both science … Continue reading

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Demonstrating that New Atheists are Indeed Ignorant of Basic Theology

The title of this blog entry should say it all.  So let me proceed.  One day after Easter, Jerry Coyne writes: Granted, testing things like the Resurrection is difficult since they’re one-off claims (indeed, that’s why Christianity ultimately rests on … Continue reading

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Resurrection Belief Was Early

Since Easter is near, it’s a good time to remind people that the belief in Jesus’s resurrection dates very early. How can we say this. 1 Corinthians 15:3- 8 contains a creed that reads as follows: 3For I handed on … Continue reading

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Resurrection Objections

Over at the blog, Thinking Christian, three objections to the resurrection of Jesus are raised and answered. I thought I would offer up my own responses:

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Science does not contradict the Resurrection of Christ

I have often heard people claim  the resurrection of Jesus contradicts science and thus must be wrong.  Yet this argument is seriously misguided, as it depends on a faulty understanding of both science and Christianity. If you want science to … Continue reading

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