Empty tomb

The Resurrection—Pillar of Christianity, Part 2: Explaining the Tomb & Appearances

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series The Resurrection—Pillar of Christianity

There are only two options regarding the status of Jesus’ tomb that first Easter morning: it was empty or it was occupied. In this article, Ken Boa summarizes the theories posited by skeptics for these two options, none of which comes close to accounting for the historical facts. He also gives a synopsis of the skeptics’ theories about the post-Resurrection appearances.

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Bible under a light

The Reliability of the Bible (Decision Magazine Article)

This content on the reliability of the Bible was originally printed in Decision Magazine.

False Impressions

“I don’t want to take a bath—I’m clean enough!” My impassioned protests as a six-year-old at bedtime were quickly rebuffed by this powerful tool from my parents’ arsenal of guilt-inducing mottoes: “The Bible says that cleanliness is next to godliness!” And as I recall, that was the end of the matter—I dutifully took my bath in the fear of divine reprisal.

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