Posts Tagged: jesus

Empty Tomb: Details of Christ’s Resurrection

Apologetics Booklet Examines Factual Evidence of the Death and Rise of Jesus Christ.   In this, our fourth of six blog posts exploring the validity of the resurrection of Christ, we invite you to consider the factual, historical evidence that gives believers certainty that Jesus rose from death, leaving behind an empty tomb as He promised! You… Read more »

Burial Details of the Resurrection of Christ

Apologetics Booklet Examines Factual Evidence of the Death, Burial, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ.   In this, our third of six blog posts exploring the validity of the resurrection of Christ, we invite you to consider the factual, historical evidence that gives believers certainty that Jesus rose from the dead, just as He promised! In our last blog post we… Read more »

What Child Is This Anyway?

This season, don’t run from questions about the origins of Christmas. Use them to point people in the right direction. A couple of years ago as we were setting up for our Living Nativity, I was wrapping a towel around the doll we were going to use for the infant Jesus. A young boy from… Read more »

Truth is a Person—Not Simply An Idea

[Original Post by Sean McDowell] Truth matters. And in our moments of honesty, we all know this. Minimally, we all live as if truth matters. It’s unavoidable. Truth matters in religious matters too. All religions (including atheism) claim to present a true depiction of reality. And this includes Christianity. But there is a key fact… Read more »

Holding on to the Truth

I remember meeting you in a parking garage in Orlando during the  2012 YPS conference. I was on staff at Global Youth Ministry at the time and you walked up to the group I was in—I had seen you before and you looked familiar to me but I didn’t know why. You began questioning me… Read more »

Allah or Jesus? Is God One? Interview with Nabeel Qureshi

[Original Post by Sean McDowell] Nabeel Qureshi is one of the leading apologists today on Islam. Raised in a devout Muslim home in the United States, Nabeel became a Christian in college. He records his faith journey in his first book, Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus (2014). His second book, Answering Jihad, was written as his response… Read more »

Judge Not, When it Comes to Cultural Tolerance?

Did Jesus Say Judge Not? That is the Question. If cultural tolerance has a theme verse, it’s Matthew 7:11: “Judge not, that you be not judged.” That verse, by the way, is one of most commonly misused verses in the Bible. Christians and non-Christians alike often take it out of context. “Sure,” they say, “scripture… Read more »

Out of Darkness

Dear Josh, How can we thank you for your faithful service to our Lord Jesus?  Your little paperback book, More Than a Carpenter was instrumental in bringing my dear brother back to Christ after he wandered into the New Age movement and Occult. After he watched the movie Jesus provided by Campus Crusades, the Holy… Read more »

Real Evangelicals Believe These 4 Things.

What is an Evangelical? You’ve probably seen it in the polls—“this percent of Evangelicals support this candidate, or that legislation.” But with researchers defining “Evangelical” in various ways, the results can be as inconsistent as they are broad. The National Association of Evangelicals, along with a diverse group of theologians, researchers, Evangelical leaders and sociologists, think… Read more »

Evangelism, Islam and Muslims

Several months ago, I took a taxi to a conference center that Josh McDowell was speaking at. I had the pleasure to ride with a Muslim taxi driver who was willing to dialogue with me about our differences of faith. As I stepped out of the cab, he gave me a little book of an apologetic… Read more »