Tom Gilson


What Bob Seidensticker Got Wrong About My “Too Good To Be False” Argument

A few weeks ago Bob Seidensticker, atheist blogger at, attempted to deconstruct my argument that Jesus is ...

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Atheists Rejecting the Bible Due to OT Morality: Bound To Be a Bad Tradeoff

Atheists rejecting the Bible due to OT morality are making a bad tradeoff. Yet they do it anyway. ...

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Creed by Adam Hamilton: Blend of Truth and Error

Adam Hamilton pastors the largest mainline Protestant megachurch in America, the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in ...

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How Would Jesus Blog? Not Like You Probably Thought

Announcing the release of my new ebook, How Would Jesus Blog? Answering Online Adversaries Jesus’ Way If you ...

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The “Whatever” Problem With “Jesus Never Excluded Anyone”

It came up again this weekend: a church leader saying, “We must not side with those in the church ...

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Staying Strong Under Fire: The Biblical Example You’ve Never Noticed Before

The Bible gives a clear example of how to keep yourself and others strong under fire — and ...

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Accordance 12 for Bible Study — Resources Right at Hand

Accordance Bible study software simplifies research, note-taking, and personal study, in addition to other helpful features to be ...

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We’re Too Used to Jesus — And We Miss a Lot For It

We’re too used to Jesus Christ, and we miss some of the most important things in his teachings ...

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Lord, Liar, Lunatic Trilemma: How the Accounts Prove the “Legend” Answer Fails, Too

I could use your help with a presentation I’m preparing. Read on to find out how. C. S. ...

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