Why the Virgin Birth makes Remarkable Historical Sense

Why the Virgin Birth makes Remarkable Historical Sense

Lydia McGrew | 22 December 2021 | 10 min read I’ve recently published a number of videos defending the reliability of the birth narratives in the Gospels.[1] In one of my videos on the Virgin Birth I defend the idea that Mary herself could have plausibly been Luke’s...
Jesus as an Adopted Son of God: The Heresy of Adoptionism

Jesus as an Adopted Son of God: The Heresy of Adoptionism

Daniel Maritz | 18 October 2021 | 12 min read Alister McGrath explains the nature of heresy as follows: “One of the more persistent themes in early Christian accounts of heresy is that it smuggles rival accounts of reality into the household of faith. It is a Trojan...
Do Souls Exist?: A Refutation of Common Objections (Part 2)

Do Souls Exist?: A Refutation of Common Objections (Part 2)

Louise Malan | 19 October 2021 | 7 min read The soul has been thought to exist since antiquity by, amongst others, the ancient Greek philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle. Many Medieval philosophers and theologians also assumed its existence. In the last few...
Do Souls Exist?: A Case for the Soul (Part 1)

Do Souls Exist?: A Case for the Soul (Part 1)

Louise Malan | 7 October 2021 | 7 min read Christian scholar, J. Gresham Machen, said: “I think we ought to hold not only that man has a soul, but that it is important that he should know that he has a soul.”[1] What a person believes has real-life implications,...
Jesus as a Phantom: The Heresy of Docetism

Jesus as a Phantom: The Heresy of Docetism

Daniël Maritz | 18 May 2021 | 10 min read In Matthew 16:13-18 Jesus asks His disciples an especially important question: “Who do you say that I am?” This question was obviously aimed towards the true identity of Jesus. Although the apostle Peter was there in that...

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