Why are there differences in the number of verses between Bible translations? Are their missing verses in the Bible?
While Christian’s have differences on various subjects, the seven days of creation seems to really have a wide array of interpretations.
Are there an extra-biblical sources that can validate the existence of Jesus and his ministry? Does it help prove the resurrection?
Did Jesus really rise from the dead? Do we have any evidence that tells us that he rose from the dead? We certainly do!
Did Jesus really exist? Is there any evidence that we can point to that tells us beyond a reasonable doubt that he existed? Yes there is!
Is there any compelling circumstantial evidence of God? You bet there is and we will tackle three of them now.
Is there irrefutable evidence of God? Absolutely! In fact, we present three pieces of evidence that point to a supernatural creator.
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Do you recommend any good books on apologetics?
Absolutely! “I Don’t Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist” by Dr. Frank Turek; “The Language of God” by Dr. Francis S Collins; & “Cold Case Christianity” by J. Warner Wallace just to name a few.
Can you provide some names of other apologists I should check out?
You bet! I have learned a great deal from C.S. Lewis, John Lennox, Norman Geisler, Frank Turek, RZIM, William Lane Craig, J. Warner Wallace, and many others. In fact, I reference the various resources frequently.
Since most religions believe in God, couldn’t they all be true?
For something to be true, it’s opposite must be untrue. Many religions are directly opposed to one another and teach contradictory messages. There is only one way to Heaven and the evidence points to Christianity as described in the Holy Bible.
Couldn’t it be possible that what is true for you may not be true for me?
For truth to be truth, it must be true in all circumstances. Ultimately the crux of this question is that it is attempting to say there is no absolute truth. I would ask someone that believes there is no absolute truth if that belief is absolutely true. This belief fails under its own weight.
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