The Burial and Empty Tomb of Jesus

  Instead of trying to wax eloquent about my understanding of the empty tomb, here is Craig Evans contextualizing the scene. https://blog.logos.com/2017/04/understanding-ancient-history-uncovers-hope-easter/ So if the body of Jesus received proper burial late Friday afternoon, why did women visit his tomb early Sunday morning? The Gospels tell that the women brought spices with them (Mark 16:1; Luke 24:1). They did this because of the Jewish custom … Continue reading The Burial and Empty Tomb of Jesus

Resources for Reply

Prof. James Anderson has conveniently listed his writings that help Christians “give reply” for the reason they hope in Christ’s work. “Apologetics” is a funny name to give to the study of defending the faith but initially, in the first Christian century, the use of that Greek word meant: “to give answer,” or “reply.” Some methods are better than others and by studying God’s word … Continue reading Resources for Reply

Nash Reviews Van Til

Douglas Douma reproduces Nash’s review in which he points out some items which seem ‘loose ends’ in the theology of Cornelius Van Til. Gordon Clark was the most prominent and bitterest rival to Van Til in formulating Christian thought. These two theologians’ thoughts organize into Presuppositional (Van Til) and Evidentiary (Clark) Apologetic stances. https://douglasdouma.wordpress.com/2017/04/06/ronald-nash-on-clark-and-van-til/ No student of Christian theology and philosophy should regard his education … Continue reading Nash Reviews Van Til