I’ve been looking forward to serious skeptical answers to Too Good to be False. Unfortunately after a couple responses, especially a recent one on YouTube by “Paulogia,” I’m still looking forward to it. This wasn’t one of them. There’s an ... Read More
Who wrote Jesus' character into the Gospels? How'd they do it? Skeptics treat this as if it were easy, and if that question had an easy answer. They've got a lot of catching up to do. I say this by ... Read More
Coffee? Absolutely! But Robby Lashua — who's really a great interview host — also says, "I love this book. You need to get it!" and... "This book is very different from the norm — in a good way. It's so ... Read More
It’s strange. You’d think an atheist as sure of himself as Bob Seidensticker would be more serious about it. Last week he blogged the question, “How Good Was Jesus if He Didn’t Eliminate Slavery?” I answered by explaining how the ... Read More
Bob Seidensticker really ought to read Too Good to be False. He’s a snarky atheist blogger, whose attitude earned him banning from this blog a long time ago. Still, though, if he'd read the book, he’d at least find out ... Read More
Marcus Borg put out an incredible amount of writing, so I may have missed it, but I’ve studied the books that seem most likely to be relevant. Based on that reading, I would suggest that Borg (1942-2015), one of our ... Read More
[For those who've read Too Good to be False: Do you have your own story of how it's drawn you closer to Christ? Would you like to share it with others here?] It "totally shook me up," writes Amber, a ... Read More
It's begun! I've been looking forward to the first atheist responses to Too Good to be False. Pinecreek Doug, an atheist known to me mostly for his street epistemology, posted a video critique yesterday. It’s the first pushback any atheist ... Read More
Jesus is extraordinarily good. That's the case I make in Too Good to be False, and all my conclusions depend on it. Skeptics pushing back against it so far say the case fails because Jesus didn't condemn slavery. And I've ... Read More
Please join my wife, Sara, and me for the first public book signing event for Too Good to be False — recently Amazon's top new release in Christian apologetics! It's a COVID-friendly drop-in event at My Favorite Muffin in Centerville, ... Read More
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