We should always base our understanding about anything on the evidence at hand. This sermon provides us with evidence that solidifies our faith in the people, places and things we read about in the New Testament. Speaker: David McClister
REFUTATION OF BART D. EHRMAN’S FALSE CLAIMS: Professor Dr. Phil Fernandes Refutes Bart D. Ehrman’s (Author of “Misquoting Jesus”) False Claims. Following Web…
Dr. Phil Fernandes presents the reliability of the New Testament of the Bible. https://www.youtube.com/user/rfvidz.
2nd Annual Speaking Truth in Love Conference Surprise, AZ Dr. Fernandes is President of the Institute of Biblical Defense He is a Christian Apologist, Author…
A response to Discovery Channel’s THE LOST TOMB OF JESUS. (produced by Avatar and Titanic director James Cameron). The same scholars who were interviewed in this documentary are interviewed here. Many of them express their dismay over how they were taken out of context to make it appear that they think the supposed lost tomb of Jesus was authentic. What explanation can be given for the empty tomb of Jesus of Nazareth? The New Testament records the first-century event: The disciples of Jesus reported that he was risen from the dead, while Roman soldiers were paid to claim his followers [More]
Mike Licona addresses the 5 major objections to the historical reliability of the Gospels: Authorship, Bias, Contradictions, Dating, and Eyewitness Testimony. http://RisenJesus.com
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My presentation from Durham, NC, 11/22/08.
In this lecture, entitled External Evidences for the Truth of the Gospels, Dr. Timothy McGrew maps out the external and internal evidence bearing on the authenticity of the Gospels and explores some of the positive external evidence for their truthfulness. These include non-Christian sources and incidental historical confirmations. This is one hour of content followed by thirty minutes of Q&A. This is PART 2 of a series of lectures: 01: Who Wrote the Gospels? 02: External Evidence for the Truth of the Gospels and Acts 03: Internal Evidence for the Truth of the Gospels 04: Alleged Historical Errors in the [More]
Who wrote the Gospels? Are there good reasons to attribute their authorship to Matthew, Mark, Luke and John? In this talk, Dr. Timothy McGrew lays out the case for the traditional authorship of the Gospels, while countering Bart Ehrman’s claims that the Gospels are forgeries. This is one hour of content followed by twenty minutes of Q&A. This is PART 1 of a series of lectures: 01: Who Wrote the Gospels? 02: External Evidence for the Truth of the Gospels and Acts 03: Internal Evidence for the Truth of the Gospels 04: Alleged Historical Errors in the Gospels 05: Alleged [More]
In this lecture, entitled Alleged Historical Errors in the Gospels, Dr. Timothy McGrew critiques the strongest objections to the historical reliability of the Gospels of Luke & John. This is about 55 minutes of content followed by thirty minutes of Q&A. If you want the powerpoint, go to www.Apologetics315.com Visit the Library of Historical Apologetics at http For more apologetics resources like this one, visit www.Apologetics315.com This is PART 4a of a series of lectures 01: Who Wrote the Gospels? 02: External Evidence for the Truth of the Gospels and Acts 03: Internal Evidence for the Truth of the Gospels [More]
In this lecture, entitled Alleged Contradictions in the Gospels, Dr. Timothy McGrew explores a litany of 9 alleged contradictions between the Gospels. This is about an hour of content followed by a short Q&A. If you want the powerpoint and PDF of this lecture, go to www.Apologetics315.com Visit the Library of Historical Apologetics at http For more apologetics resources like this one, visit www.Apologetics315.com This is PART 5b of a series of lectures 01: Who Wrote the Gospels? 02: External Evidence for the Truth of the Gospels and Acts 03: Internal Evidence for the Truth of the Gospels 04a: Alleged [More]
Do the Gospels and Acts present accurate history? In this talk, originally presented for Reasonable Faith Belfast, Dr. Timothy McGrew explores five tests for historical credibility for the Gospels and book of Acts. This is one hour and ten minutes of content-packed analysis followed by thirty minutes of Q&A. For more great apologetics resources, be sure to visit www.Apologetics315.com
In this lecture, entitled Alleged Historical Errors in the Gospels, Dr. Timothy McGrew critiques seven of the strongest objections to the historical reliability of the Gospels of Mark and Matthew. This is about 55 minutes of content followed by fifteen minutes of Q&A. If you want the powerpoint, go to www.Apologetics315.com Visit the Library of Historical Apologetics at http For more apologetics resources like this one, visit www.Apologetics315.com This is PART 4a of a series of lectures 01: Who Wrote the Gospels? 02: External Evidence for the Truth of the Gospels and Acts 03: Internal Evidence for the Truth of [More]
In this lecture, entitled Internal Evidences for the Truth of the Gospels, Dr. Timothy McGrew presents internal evidence bearing on the authenticity of the Gospels, with a special emphasis on undesigned coincidences in the Gospel accounts. This is about 45 minutes of content followed by fifteen minutes of Q&A. If you want the powerpoint, go to www.Apologetics315.com Visit the Library of Historical Apologetics at http For more apologetics resources like this one, visit www.Apologetics315.com This is PART 3 of a series of lectures 01: Who Wrote the Gospels? 02: External Evidence for the Truth of the Gospels and Acts 03: [More]
In this lecture, entitled Alleged Contradictions in the Gospels, Dr. Timothy McGrew explores and answers 7 alleged contradictions between the Gospels. This is about an hour of content followed by about 15 minutes of Q&A. If you want the powerpoint and PDF of this lecture, go to www.Apologetics315.com Visit the Library of Historical Apologetics at http For more apologetics resources like this one, visit www.Apologetics315.com This is PART 5a of a series of lectures 01: Who Wrote the Gospels? 02: External Evidence for the Truth of the Gospels and Acts 03: Internal Evidence for the Truth of the Gospels 04a: [More]
Today’s interview is with Biblical scholar Professor Craig Evans. He talks about his background and how he got into this area of scholarship (Jesus, the Gospels and Biblical manuscripts), what impresses him most about the Bible, handling manuscripts, the quest for the historical Jesus (and its overall timeline), the scholarly opinion on the “Jesus never existed” claim, the consensus of scholarship (and why scholarship is important), the contemporary distortion of Jesus, the demonstrable flaws in the thinking of particular scholars, evaluating presuppositions, a case for the reliability of the Gospels, the contrasting view of the “other” gospels, how to investigate [More]
Today’s interview is with New Testament scholar Dr. Craig Blomberg, distinguished professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary in Colorado. He talks about how he got into NT studies, the importance of the Gospels and their dating, how we determine the authorship of the Gospels, how we got four Gospels and not more, the selection of the Gospel canon, the use of non-canonical sources, dealing with miracles account found in historical documents, responding to the claim of contradictions in the Gospels, interpreting historical documents, differences in the Gospel of John, the work and impact of Bart Ehrman, the “all-or-nothing” approach [More]
The Bible is a historical book based upon events within history. How do we know? Josh McDowell talks about several books of the Bible that were written from eyewitness account.
Josh McDowell shares some convincing truths on why the claims of Jesus must be true.
Josh McDowell answers the question Is what was written in the Bible actually what happened?
In this episode of Giving An Answer, HC Felder’s guest, Frank Turek, defends the reliability of the New Testament. Frank examines the evidence that demonstrates that the New Testament we have today is the same New Testament penned by its authors some 2000 years ago. He explains why we can be confident that the original authors were eyewitness to the events they recorded and that what they recorded was true. Frank also answers some common objections to its reliability.
In this episode of Giving An Answer, HC interviews Dr. Scott Matscherz on “Archeological Evidence for the New Testament”. Dr. Matscherz shares photos he took of archeological evidence that supports the New Testament biblical accounts.
In this broadcast of Giving An Answer, HC Felder interviews Dr. Tom Howe on the Reliability of the Old Testament. Dr. Howe explains why we can trust what the Old Testament says and how we can be certain that what was originally written is what we have in our Bible.
Larry Wessels, director of Christian Answers of Austin, Texas/ Christian Debater (YouTube channel: CANSWERSTV) & Steve Morrison, Ph.D, director of Research for Christian Answers of Austin, Texas/ Christian Debater (Steve is the creator of our 3 websites: BIBLEQUERY.ORG, HISTORYCART.COM & MUSLIMHOPE.COM) analyze the supposed “truth” claims of Dan Brown’s best selling fiction book, “The Da Vinci Code” (which has also been made into a movie). Brown’s “tall tale” novel sold over 40 million copies and he has an estimated worth of around $56 million. Part of Brown’s book’s success is due to its outrageous claims such as: 1. Until 325 [More]
Lee Strobel introduces the case for the reliability of the Bible as a historical document