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Examining Jesus by the Historical Method (Part 2–Enemy Attestation)

By Brian Chilton In our last installment of “Examining Jesus by the Historical Method,” we discussed the first aspect of the historical method. We examined how Jesus of Nazareth enjoys documentation by a variety of independent sources, something that is important for both the historian and the detective. This article will discuss the second method […]

Examining Jesus by the Historical Method (Part 1-Multiple Sources)

By Brian Chilton In a previous post “What Can We Historically Know about Jesus,” I discussed various ways historians identify an event or person as historically credible. I also discussed Gary Habermas’ 12 Minimal Facts Approach, which validate key events of the life of Jesus. Those 12 facts are:  “1) Jesus died by Roman crucifixion. 2) He […]

Yo solo creo en la ciencia

Por Chris Du-pond Frecuentemente tengo conversaciones con personas que afirman que la ciencia es el único medio razonable para obtener conocimiento y llegar a la verdad. Esta posición se denomina cientificismo y, mientras es cierto que la ciencia es maravillosa y nos puede proveer de todo tipo de información valiosa, también creo que la mayor […]