A First Century Defense of the Resurrection: Four Tough Questions Answered

I have always been fascinated by the Apostle Paul. He was no intellectual lightweight in the first century, and I would put him alongside the smartest apologists and philosophers today. Paul was educated by the well-known Rabbi Gamaliel (Acts 22:3); he was multilingual knowing Greek, Aramaic (Acts 21:37-40), and possibly Latin (Acts 24) which was […]

Easter: Its True Meaning

Christians around the world are celebrating Holy Week, which culminates with Easter Sunday, Resurrection Day. The two biggest events on the Christian calendar are Christmas and Easter. For most cultures historically influenced by Christianity, including the U.S., Christmas is the bigger, social, cultural, and economic event. It is often said that in America if you […]

Is Our Preaching in Vain?

By Dr. David Haines, Prior to beginning my Master’s studies at Southern Evangelical Seminary, I was working as a youth pastor at a church in Québec. Part of my ministry included ministering to university students. In this context, I became unmistakably aware of the necessity of studying Christian apologetics and Christian theology. These two disciplines […]

The Resurrection and Paul’s Letters to the Corinthians

By Dr. T. Brown, From time to time we need to be reminded of several truths regarding the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ. As an example of this, in 1 Cor. 15:3-8 the Apostle Paul reminds the Corinthian Christians of truths he had first delivered to them when he had stayed in Corinth for […]