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Apologetic Methods and A Case for Classical Apologetics

Dr. Brian Huffling Dr. Brian Huffling’s research interests include Philosophy of Religion, Philosophical Theology, Philosophical Hermeneutics, and general issues in Apologetics and Biblical studies. See his personal blog here. Twitter Facebook Linkedin In 2004 I began to pursue an MA in Christian Apologetics at Southern Evangelical Seminary. I didn’t really know much about the topic, I […]

The Apostles Wrote the Gospels as Eyewitness Accounts

By, J. Warner Wallace, When you write a book seeking to evaluate the Gospels as eyewitness accounts, you shouldn’t be surprised to find some critics will attack the premise that the Gospels are eyewitness accounts in the first place. Several skeptics have either emailed me or posted comments questioning whether or not the Gospels are […]

Minimal Facts on the Resurrection that Even Skeptics Accept

The Minimal Facts Argument My Minimal Facts Argument in favor of Jesus’ resurrection was developed many years ago while writing my PhD dissertation.  It has two requirements for the historical facts that are used: each must be confirmed by several strong and independent arguments, plus the vast majority of even critical scholars must recognize the […]


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