Why These Books in the New Testament?

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If you’ve ever wondered how the books in the New Testament came to be included in the Bible, you are not alone. While books like The Da Vinci Code would have us believe that the books in the New Testament were arbitrarily chosen for the purpose of power, a less sensational and more careful study seems to disappoint fans of …

Fragments of Truth: An Interview with Dr. Craig Evans

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If you’ve been exposed to Christian apologetics for any length of time, you have likely heard about ancient New Testament manuscripts and their importance. With critics of Christianity questioning the reliability of the New Testament, what reasons do we have to think that what we have in our modern translations is what the early Christians communities had almost two millennia …

Disability and the Gospel: An Interview with Michael S. Beates

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Many of us know someone around us who lives with a significant disability. What is the Christian understanding of disability? Is disability an evil thing to be resisted? Is it to be embraced as a good thing? The Apologetics Canada team has Dr. Michael S. Beates on the line today to discuss the theology of disability and how the gospel …

Film & Theology: Silence

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Andy, Steve, and Terry had an opportunity to go watch the movie, Silence. In this movie, two Portuguese missionaries set out to Japan in search of their teacher, Ferreira, who they hear has renounced his faith. Japan is heavily persecuting Christians in their midst, and the missionaries face the toughest challenge of their lives. Will they apostatize to save others? …

Chreiai: Discrepancies in the Gospels in Light of Greco-Roman Education

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ChreiaiDiscrepancies in the Gospels in Light of Greco-Roman Education To be a disciple of Jesus the Christ is in essence to be his follower: that is, to walk with him, to learn from him and to be conformed to his very likeness. All of this is very difficult, nay impossible if one cannot trust what the Gospels say concerning him. …