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Undesigned Coincidences in the Gospels – Part 2

In my last post, I explained what undersigned coincidences are and how they show that when applied can demonstrate eyewitness testimony. What I said in the last post can seem

The Return of Jesus Christ

The overwhelming hope shared by the authors of the New Testament is the hope of Jesus Christ’s return.   When things are bad, the New Testament points us to a future

The Three Questions

I have been a Christian long enough to know that none of my own ideas are very good. That is to say, if I know something really important, or if

Undesigned Coincidences in the Gospels – Part 1

Have you ever read the four gospels straight through? You begin reading and as you’re going through Matthew, you’re like, well that’s interesting, confirms everything I heard in church, but

I Will Never Divorce You

Have you ever been to an awkward wedding? Recently I heard a story of a man who, despite his deep social anxiety, decided to write and memorize his own wedding

What’s In a Name?

2 Peter 1:16 – For we did not follow cleverly devised tales when we made known to you the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of His

It’s All In the Details

When the gospels and Acts are seen as eyewitness testimony, they gain a lot of credibility in the eyes of nonbelievers which makes it all the more easier for us

Baccalaureate 2016 at Red Door

At significant moment’s in our lives it is appropriate and even expected to take time to reflect upon the past and the future, and to celebrate achievements.  At the same

The Psychology of Self-Deception

It’s one thing to be clueless. But have you ever known someone who was clueless about being clueless? Maybe she saw herself as a great cook, but anybody who tasted her food

Wow, That’s Really Embarrassing

Imagine working outside trimming the bushes in your front yard on a hot sunny day. After much trimming you enter your house so you can get an ice cold glass

“Faith in the Storm,” A Lenten Reflection

We have noted before that the opposite of faith is not disbelief, it is fear.  Faith makes us certain, it gives us confident direction in our choices, and it defines

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