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Investigating Faith with Lee Strobel: Find Answers to Tough Questions About the Bible

How reliable is the Bible? What should we make of apparent contradictions in it? Did Jesus really rise from the dead, or did his followers simply invent the story? Are there compelling reasons to believe in Jesus Christ? If you’ve ever asked yourself these or other difficult questions about faith and Christianity, we’ve got a […]

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Explore the Evidence for Jesus Christ in the “Investigating the Bible” Newsletter

Who did Jesus claim to be, and how can we know if those claims are true? Christians believe that Jesus is God’s son and that he saves us from sin—but what’s the evidence on which that belief is based? What does the Bible really teach about Jesus? The new email newsletter Investigating the Bible sets out to answer these questions.

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Doubt, contradictions, and the problem of evil: responding to Bart Ehrman

If you follow the world of Bible apologetics, chances are you’ve heard of Bart Ehrman’s critiques of orthodox Christianity. A new site provides a series of polite and reasonable responses to Ehrman’s claims.

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