Contributed on Apr 23, 2001
Four non-Christian historical witnesses to the existence of Jesus.
Every child grows up believing in imaginary characters. Whether it’s a character associated with a holiday or cartoon characters like Mickey Mouse, childhood is filled with imaginary people. We can see it in how many kids think superheroes like Superman are real. We can see it in how many kids have ...read more
Contributed on Apr 30, 2001
An overview of contemporary study of the historical Jesus and a look at who Jesus believed himself to be.
Who was Jesus really? Not just who do Christians think Jesus was or who do I think Jesus was, but who did Jesus himself think he was? The question of the identity of Jesus is a question that continues to spark incredible interest among people. Last Monday night I went to Borders Books and Music ...read more
Contributed on May 14, 2001
Six historical facts surrounding Jesus’ death, six alternate explanations, and compelling evidence to believe the resurrection of Jesus best explains these six facts.
When I was a junior in high school (quite a few years ago!), one of my best friends became a Christian. Because I was an atheist at the time and because my friend Paul had been one of my partying buddies, I gave him a really hard time about his newfound faith in Jesus. I remember going up to him ...read more