Tom Gilson

Too Good To Be False

This Week! Presenting a Strictly Bible-Centered Case for the Truth of the Resurrection (Without Circular Fallacies)

This might be a completely new case for the Resurrection. I could be wrong on that; I haven’t ...

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Refutation Fail: Benjamin Cain Utterly Destroys an Argument I Didn’t Make

Benjamin Cain is an atheist who “did a doctorate in philosophy.” If I can tell his books by ...

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A Different Kind of Giving Tuesday Opportunity

You Can Give, Just By Spreading the Word on Social Media! The song goes, “All I want for ...

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Episode 17: ‘The Other Worldview,’ and How Jesus is So Much Greater Than You Knew

The Thinking Christian podcast is back! I’m returning with thoughts on Peter Jones’s excellent 2015 book The Other ...

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Faith at Work at Exxon-Mobil: A Conversation on Too Good to be False

A few weeks ago the Christian Community at Exxon-Mobil (Houston Campus) invited me to share with them on ...

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My Puzzling Problem with Too Good to be False

I’m looking for some help. Here’s the challenge I’ve been facing. It’s a good one; I’m not complaining; ...

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And the Skeptics Are Silent

It’s been a month. I’m still waiting for an answer. Who wrote Jesus’ character, and how? I said ...

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Jesus is Greater Than You Knew (Video)

Video message, from The River Church in Liberty Township, Ohio: Jesus is greater than you knew!

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Does Too Good to be False Make the Muslims’ Mistake, ‘It’s Perfect, So It Must Be From God’?

Most people responding to Too Good to be False so far have been Christians telling the surprise and ...

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