Apologetics Archives - Page 4 of 11 - Seedbed

The Bible must be read in context. This seems obvious enough, but how does that work out in terms of its literary and historical context, and how does this make a difference? Watch more as Dr. Bill Arnold and Dr. Ben Witherington help us understand why context matters.
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The Bible is a book like no other, with both divine and human authorship. Watch this video interview with Dr. Bill Arnold and Dr. Ben Witherington as they help illuminate the significance of this remarkable claim.

How do you survive that undergraduate Intro to Religion course being taught by an agnostic at best? Andrew Dragos shares some good advice from Michael Kruger on keeping your faith as a student.

Is reading fantasy fiction a healthy practice, or a harmful distraction? In today's Seven Minute Seminary video, Dr. David Grubbs explains how the doctrine of the image of God serves as a foundation for the delight Christians can have in reading fantasy fiction.

Have you ever been told that you are on the wrong side of history? Josh McNall explains that just because history goes to the victors doesn't mean the victors are right.

Which of Jesus' teachings are especially difficult to swallow given our modern sensibilities? Read these seven hard sayings of Jesus as Andrew Dragos offers Sciptural, historical, and literary clues to help with their interpretation.

Andy Hogue discusses stories, tall tales, and religion.

Do you ever struggle to present your faith to others, especially Muslims? In this Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Matthew Friedman shares several insights into effectively presenting Christ to Muslims.

How can we engage congregants who work and live in the scientific community? Ben Espinoza shares wisdom on appealing to their rational and delightful inclinations toward reconciling science and faith.
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Is the Shroud of Turin the burial shroud of Jesus? Watch this Seven Minute Seminary with Dr. Ben Witherington III to learn more about the perspective that considers this burial shroud an authentic first century artifact.