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Did Jesus really rise from the dead? Here’s a case for three historical facts that point to His resurrection and a case against four naturalistic theories popularly used to explain those facts.
Some atheists have wrongly assumed Stand to Reason protects Christian students from hearing ideas they disagree with, but that’s the opposite of our philosophy to “inoculate, not isolate.”
A first-century marble tablet containing an “edict of Caesar” calls for the death penalty for anyone who removes a body from a tomb. Is there a connection to Christianity?
This Friday and Saturday is the second annual Women in Apologetics Conference at Biola University. We hope to see you there!
Are you wary of apologetics because you fear turning into someone who is all head and no heart? Here’s why you need not fear this.
Some think Christianity is silly. It isn’t silly, because our God isn’t silly. And when you see the massive accomplishments His word brought about in this world, you start to get a glimpse of that.
The Ehrman Project was created to give brief responses to arguments popularized by Bart Ehrman. Here are two of those responses by New Testament scholar Michael Kruger.
Joseph Smith’s “First Vision” is at the root of Mormonism’s unique doctrines, but a look at the historical records reveals a problem: Its major details seem to have evolved over time.
Watch Reasonable Faith’s new short, animated apologetics video answering the question “Who did Jesus think He was?”
Credo Courses is having a Fourth of July Sale this week. All of their audio is free, and everything else is 60–90% off. Take a look!