“What is God Like — Tawhid or Trinity?” Jonathan McLatchie vs. Abdurraheem Green


I recently did a debate on Unbelievable? on Premier Christian Radio, a show that airs every Saturday on British radio (also podcasted online), featuring debates between Christians and non-Christians. Last year on the show, I did a debate on whether Christianity is evidence-based, with British atheist Elliot George. The recording of that encounter can be found […]

EQUIPPED: Vol. 1, No. 3 – Evidence for the Resurrection

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Vol. 1, No. 3 Evidence for the Resurrection “He was  buried and He was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures” Ready for an adventure? When was the last time you prayed, “Lord, make me willing to go, to serve, to do your will”? Jesus said to them, “My food is to do […]

A Look At Messianic Prophecy


Note: See Part One Here: Introduction One of the most prominent themes throughout the Bible is the kingdom of God. The framework of Israel’s existence and self-understanding was formulated from God’s covenant with Israel and Israel’s servant to God the King. Israel is the people of the king, and the holy land is the land […]

Who is the One True God? A Look at Prophecy as a Verification Test


Introduction The skeptical issue in our culture mostly enters into the religious dialogue in the following way: “In the case of God, who isn’t some physical object but a divine being, what kind of evidence should we expect to find? [1]   There is a tendency to forget that the Bible stresses that sin can dampen […]

Did Jesus’ Disciples Have Hallucinations? (Tolle Lege)


Most New Testament scholars, even non-believers and skeptics, acknowledge that Jesus’ followers had experiences of Him being alive following His crucifixion.* But a common skeptical reply to this well-founded fact is that these experiences are best explained as hallucinations on the part of the disciples.** But how reasonable is this claim?  In his recent book […]