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The Gabriel Revelation and Jesus’ resurrection
Does the New Testament plagiarize its notion of Jesus’ resurrection on the third day from the Gabriel Revelation?
by Shaun Doyle
Reclaiming the rainbow
The rainbow is a symbol of God’s mercy to all mankind, but has now been adopted on to the so-called ‘pride flag’, sometimes called the rainbow flag.
by Andrew Sibley
Reincarnation, Jesus, and the Essenes
Do ‘past life memories’ prove that Jesus was an Essene?
by Shaun Doyle
What type of body did Jesus have before the Incarnation?
What type of body did Jesus have before the Incarnation? This Feedback question is answered with reference to John’s Gospel and the union of Christ’s divine and human natures.
by Andrew Sibley
Hope in the Resurrection of Christ
Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians proclaims Christ’s resurrection, grounded upon an historical first Adam, and explains that believers will also be changed into Christ’s image with incorruptible spiritual bodies.
by Andrew Sibley
The incarnation of Jesus and miracles
Central to Christmas is the supernatural account of God taking on human flesh to reconcile lost sinners to God—but naturalism is devoid of such a message of hope.
by Andrew Sibley
The Genesis genealogies
The Genesis genealogies are both a historical account, which can be used to calculate the age of world, and a key aspect of the fulfillment of the Messianic promise.
by James (Jim) R. Hughes
Is Jesus the Creator?
Does Scripture teach that Jesus is the Creator? Is He the begotten Son of God or was he created? Could he die physically if he is God?
by Thomas Bailey
He is risen!
The resurrection is the glorious news that changed history and gives us hope in uncertain times.
by Lita Sanders
Could Jesus have sinned?
A reader contests our assertion that Jesus couldn’t have sinned.
by Lita Sanders
Christianity and the origin of religion
Did we just invent religion? What was the original religion? Was Christianity copied from pagan religions?
by Shaun Doyle
Responding to William Lane Craig’s Attack on Biblical Inerrancy
Do the Gospels contain contradictions concerning Peter’s three denials of Christ?
by Paul Price