Jesus' Identity as God and Man
Who Did Jesus Think He Was? (6 min.)
How Is Jesus Different from the Greek Gods? (6 min.)
Jesus as God? A Philosophical Inquiry (26 min.)
John Dickson, “A Doubter’s Guide to Jesus” (76 min.)
A lecture by a historian of the historical Jesus at Wheaton College.
Mary Jo Sharp, “Jesus and Pagan Mythology” (51 min.)
William Lane Craig, “Jesus and Pagan Mythology”
A short Q & A explaining why biblical scholars have almost universally abandoned the theory that the authors of the Bible borrowed their key ideas from other religions and mythological stories.
Lee Strobel, The Case for Christ (Zondervan, 2016).
A former journalist for the Chicago Tribune, Strobel abandoned atheism and became a Christian after two years of research on the content of this book about the historical evidence and philosophical arguments supporting Christian belief about the person of Jesus.
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Lee Strobel, In Defense of Jesus (Zondervan, 2016).
Answers challenges about portraits of Jesus from other early documents not in the Bible, the reliability of the biblical testimony about Jesus, the relation of biblical accounts to Old Testament prophecies and Greco-Roman religions, and whether new explanations have refuted the case for Jesus’ resurrection.
John Dickson, A Doubter’s Guide to Jesus: An Introduction to the Man from Nazareth for Believers and Skeptics (Zondervan, 2018).
A scholar of ancient history examines what we can know historically about the person of Jesus drawing on the most widely accepted historical sources and mainstream academic scholarship about Jesus.