Agnostic Jew Meets Messiah

I really like this guy – he’s a great storyteller, and his testimony is very transparent, about how he yearned for integrity and meaning in his life, and finally found not only that, but a ‘tough guy’ figure who was the ultimate hero. What...

The anti-Judaism of Barnabas

The Epistle of Barnabas is dated between A.D. 130-138, and was obviously not written by the Barnabas, but someone using that name. Nevertheless, it gives us a picture of the thought among early Christian leaders at that time. As Bacchiocchi notes, it gives us the...

The anti-Judaism of Ignatius

Ignatius was the bishop of Antioch during the time of Trajan (A.D. 98-117). His anti-Judaic writings demonstrate, first, that at that time there were many early Christians keeping Jewish customs, and secondly, the clear schism that was developing between Christianity...

Evidence for the Exodus

One of the most important biblical events was the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt. Is there any viable evidence for this? The video below is the single best source of evidence I have ever seen; it gives evidence that the Israelites existed in ancient Egypt, it...

How CS Lewis came to Believe

A short seven-minute drama that describes how CS Lewis went from being an atheist, to being a deist, to finally believing that Jesus is the Son of God, ending with the thought: It was like when a man after a long sleep becomes aware that he is now...