Category Archives: Apologetics–Christian

Daily Bible Nugget #600, 2 Peter 1:16

The Nugget: 2Pe 1:16  For we have not followed cunningly devised fables, when we made known unto you the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but were eyewitnesses of his majesty. My Comment: I did a search of … Continue reading

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Primary Source Evidence from the First Century and a Half from Non-Christian Sources for Christianity

There are some who deny that Jesus did the things recorded of Him as they are reported in the New Testament. In a discussion thread in a Facebook group I was very recently invited to join, the question of the … Continue reading

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Daily Bible Nugget #573, Psalm 119:130

The Nugget: Psalm 119:130  The entrance of thy words giveth light; it giveth understanding unto the simple. My Comment: Many people do not believe what Psalm 119:130 plainly declares: the Bible is understandable. This post is inspired by a claim … Continue reading

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Bible–true fact or historical fiction?

Is the Bible true fact or historical fiction? Facebook comment: “And that why scriptures are the dumbest thing man has ever created.” My response: “Perhaps you have not taken the time to get to know the Scriptures by carefully reading … Continue reading

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Bible Interpretation Rule 1

1. Interpret literally in all cases unless the text or context clearly demonstrates that other than a literal interpretation is required and intended by the author. This rule of interpretation holds true for just about everything you read or hear. … Continue reading

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Daily Bible Nugget #538, Acts 9:7

The Nugget: Acts 9:7  And the men which journeyed with him stood speechless, hearing a voice, but seeing no man. My Comment: I have encountered individuals from the Hebrew Roots movement as well as Muslims who find a contradiction between … Continue reading

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The Biblical View of Incarnation, Part 2

THE PURPOSE OF INCARNATION [THE SALVATION OF THE MANY]: BIBLICAL AND APOLOGETICAL DEFENSE OF THE INCARNATION OF CHRIST by Vijay Chandra The Bible teaches that the reason that the Son came into the world was to save sinners (1Timothy 1:15). … Continue reading

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Just Whose Land is It Anyway?

The Nugget: Deu 32:43  Rejoice, O ye nations, with his people: for he will avenge the blood of his servants, and will render vengeance to his adversaries, and will be merciful unto his land, and to his people. (KJV) Deu 32:43 … Continue reading

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The Bible was too poorly written to be inspired by God

My Comment: I saw the following Muslim claim about the Bible. I decided to post my responses here. The Muslim claims and my responses: (1) “The Bible was too poorly written to have been inspired by God.”   This is … Continue reading

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The story of the temptation of Jesus is full of problems

The story of the temptation of Jesus is full of problems, as follows: 1. It is only mentioned in Mark, Matthew, and Luke, but not in John.   John wrote at a later date and did not encumber his Gospel … Continue reading

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