Praying for Physical Healing: Thinking Divinely in Action

Jesus healed people all the time in his ministry on earth, and then trained his disciples to do the same, and they did (Act. 5:14-16). The apostles were operating in such anointing, it was said that people brought their sick to be close to Peter so at least his shadow might fall on them! […]

By |December 14th, 2014|blog|4 Comments

Was Jesus’ Resurrection Based on Pagan Myths? (Part 3 – final)

A myth cannot explain away the resurrection event of Christ—it is unparalleled in history. This is not a belief rooted in pagan ideas of dying-rising gods, but a belief rooted in a Jewish apocalyptic worldview. Even for the Jews themselves, the idea of their messiah being killed and crucified by His enemies was completely […]

By |July 31st, 2014|blog|2 Comments

Cold Case Christianity

I just finished attending a weekend seminar at Biola University on Cold Case Christianity, where a cold case detective applied his skills and tools of investigating cold case murders to the resurrection of Jesus Christ. His conclusion? The eyewitness testimonies of the disciples are reliable and therefore, putting all biases against the supernatural aside, […]

By |June 14th, 2014|blog|0 Comments

Miracles Do Happen

The most common objection to the resurrection of Jesus Christ is that miracles are impossible. A miracle is a supernatural event that can’t be explained by natural laws (science) because it transcends those laws. Since the resurrection was a miracle, trying to explain it scientifically won’t work. There are good reasons to believe this […]

By |November 12th, 2013|writings|0 Comments