BOOK REVIEW: “Jesus The Eternal Son” by Michael F. Bird
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BOOK REVIEW: “Jesus The Eternal Son” by Michael F. Bird

A thorough refutation of Adoptionist Christology. Bird makes his case from the ground up, arguing from the presuppositions of non-Christian…
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Q&A: The MASSIVE Argument
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Q&A: The MASSIVE Argument

Peace of Christ, Mr.Minton, hope you enjoy probabilities. I was rereading our last interaction and noticed how I said Yahweh…
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Some Thoughts On Universalism
The Problem Of Hell

Some Thoughts On Universalism

I’ve been hard at work making PowerPoint slides for an upcoming series on Hell on The Cerebral Faith YouTube channel…
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Q&A: How Do We Know Someone Other Than God Didn’t Raise Jesus?
Jesus’ Resurrection

Q&A: How Do We Know Someone Other Than God Didn’t Raise Jesus?

Peace of Christ Mr.Minton. I have just finished the conclusion of your 12 part video series. And a question came to…
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BOOK REVIEW: “Christianity Cross-Examined” by Ken Samples
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BOOK REVIEW: “Christianity Cross-Examined” by Ken Samples

Ken Samples’ “Christianity Cross Examined” is a really good book. The task of Samples is to show that Christianity is…
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Q&A: But What Is A Debate? A Miserable Pile Of Rhetoric?
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Q&A: But What Is A Debate? A Miserable Pile Of Rhetoric?

I am proud of that email title. Keep it if you can.   Anyway on to the question. It is really really…
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Q&A: Some Textual Critical Questions
The Historical Reliability Of The New Testament

Q&A: Some Textual Critical Questions

Hi CerebralFaith, Thanks for the links you sent me a while back. I am enjoying spending my free time reading…
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Q&A: What Are Good Resources For Studying The Case For Jesus’ Resurrection?
Jesus’ Resurrection

Q&A: What Are Good Resources For Studying The Case For Jesus’ Resurrection?

Peace of Christ, Mr. Minton, hope that this email isn’t too big an ask. if you’ve noticed, my Q’s have…
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