This is the best evidence for the New Testament you’ve never heard! An undesigned coincidence is an apparently casual, yet puzzle-like “fit” between two or more texts, and its best explanation is that the authors knew the truth about the events they describe or allude to. Connections of this kind among passages in the Gospels, as well as between Acts and the Pauline epistles, give us reason to believe that these documents came from honest eyewitness sources, people “in the know” about the events they relate. Supported by careful research yet accessibly written, Hidden in Plain View provides solid evidence that all Christians can use to defend the Scriptures and the truth of Christianity.
Hidden in Plain View: Undesigned Coincidences in Gospels and Acts
March 4, 2017 • Dr. Lydia McGrew
The Clash of Christianity and Culture • February 16, 2019 • J. Warner Wallace
Detective and apologist J. Warner Wallace hosts this episode of the Cross Examined Official Podcast. During this episode he discusses the following topics: How Media Consumption Threatens the Future of Christianity (It’s Not What You Think). Why Young Ex-Christians Are Ex-Christians, According to the Latest Research. Three Reasons Why All Americans Should Want Their Politicians to Be Religious. The Good News for Christians From An Otherwise Bleak Pew Study. Don't miss this special edition of the Cross Examined Show!
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I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist | Live Event | Q&A Session • February 13, 2019 • Frank Turek
I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist. Frank is addressing the four major questions to establish why Christianity is the most reasonable worldview: 1. Does Truth Exist? 2. Does God Exist? 3. Are Miracles Possible? 4. Is the New Testament True?
Objections to the Resurrection • February 9, 2019 • Dr. Gary Habermas
Frank raises some significant objections to the resurrection of Christ, but his guest is none other than the foremost expert in the topic, Dr. Gary Habermas. Listen to Gary's answer to the following questions: • Anything is more possible than a resurrection • Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence • Hallucinations! • Don’t all religions have miracles claims? Aren’t they self-canceling? • Why do we have to rely on historical data? Why doesn’t the resurrected Jesus just appear to everyone now? Have you heard some good objections to Christianity? Send them to Frank so he can answer them live. Email him at Hello@CrossExamined.org