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Doubting the Disciples: were resurrection reporters deceiving or delusional?

Part 6 of 8 in a series of articles by Derek Caldwell on the resurrection. Published April 1, 2024 Tradition tells us—and we have little reason to doubt it—that eleven of the twelve apostles (all but John) died an early death for their faith. Martyrdom was considered a sign of true faith in a society

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Skepticism to Sacrifice: the astonishing journey of James, Paul, & Peter

Part 5 of 8 in a series of articles by Derek Caldwell on the resurrection. Published March 31, 2024 One of the most convincing evidences of the resurrection for me is what happened after it took place: the changed lives—and ultimate sacrifices—of people who claimed to have experienced the resurrected Christ in some way. And

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Witless women & dishonest disciples? Why empty tomb conspiracy theories fail

Part 4 of 8 in a series of articles by Derek Caldwell on the resurrection. Published March 30, 2024 A few arguments in favor of the empty tomb bear similarities to those arguing that Jesus did, in fact, die. First, no contemporary is denying the empty tomb. Rather, they are denying the interpretation of the

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Are resurrection reports biased storytelling or reliable eyewitness testimony?

Part 2 of 8 in a series of articles by Derek Caldwell on the resurrection. Published March 28, 2024 There are a lot of religions with a lot of old books making a lot of claims that can’t be falsified. Nonetheless, we are justified in rejecting them as historically accurate tales of reality. Is the

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Jesus’s resurrection: wish fulfillment, brazen copycat, or true paradox?

Part 1 of 8 in a series of articles by Derek Caldwell on the resurrection. Published March 27, 2024 “It’s alive! It’s alive! … Oh, in the name of God! Now I know what it feels like to be God!”1 The words of Victor Frankenstein highlight our universal fascination with life after death. The notion

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C.S. Lewis Shows Why Teens Absolutely Must Be Taught Critical Thinking

Published March 7, 2024 When 16-year-old C.S. Lewis stepped off the train at Great Bookham Railway Station in Surrey, England, that afternoon in February of 1914, he entered the intellectually intense world of his tutor, William T. Kirkpatrick, who was awaiting Lewis’ arrival. Young Lewis quickly learned that “The Great Knock,” as he would later

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