Category Archives: Apologetics

How did we get the Biblical Canon?


Posted in Apologetics, Canon of Scripture, church history, History, Roman Catholic False Doctrines, Roman Catholicism

Refuting the “Messianic Secret Argument” against the historicity of the gospel of John  

Posted in Apologetics, Gospel according to John, Gospel according to Mark, Historical Jesus, Historical reliability of the Bible, Inerrancy

Does the Bible teach that there is only one God or many gods?

One God or many gods? at Triablogue Steve Hays provided an excellent quote by Bruce Waltke that refuted Peter Enns’ comment and some liberal theologians/commentators about “many gods”. Then I added some comments: (edited here a little for smoothness) Was … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Demons / evil spirits, Monotheism vs. Polytheism, Mormonism, Psalms, Sam Shamoun, Theology, Theology of God

Reliability of the New Testament Text

Originally posted on Apologetics and Agape:
Dr. James White teaches on the reliability of the New Testament Text.

Posted in Apologetics, Bible is not corrupted, Reliability of the Bible, Textual Variants

What can we learn from the Jordan Peterson phenomenon?

This is an excellent analysis of the Jordan Peterson phenomenon (the massive response, good and bad, from many on social media, his You Tube videos, interviews with left-wing journalists, and his best selling book, “12 Rules for Life”).¬† Alastair Roberts … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, moral corruption of culture, Morality and Ethics in Government, Truth, Western Universities and cultural Marxism

About the Canon of Scripture and church history

Originally posted on Apologetics and Agape:
Canon Revisited, by Michael J. Kruger Michael J. Kruger has some excellent books and a very informative¬†web-site on the issues on the New Testament canon. I recommend his book, Canon Revisited for people wanting…

Posted in Apologetics, Canon of Scripture, church history, Truth

15 Early Church Christians who used the word “Trinity” before 325 AD

Posted in Apologetics, church history, The doctrine of the Trinity, The rule of Faith, Theology, Theology of God | 6 Comments