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...
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...