There are plenty of ideas out there about where Jesus was for the three days that His body lay in the grave. Some of these ideas seemed to have been pulled straight out of the imaginations of men with little
This lesson investigates whether the commandments of God are a burden to mankind or not.
This lesson reveals from the scriptures that God expects us to respect His silence on the subjects of which he does not handle in the Bible.
Roman Evidence In the previous article, we considered the testimony of Tacitus, who provided some of the most important testimony from the first century Roman Empire. That leaves us with two other Roman historians who spoke of Christ and/or the
This sermon examines Ephesians 4 and what God has invited the world to become a part of.
This lesson allows the scriptures to explain the importance of establishing God’s authority.
As with our previous discussion of Josephus, we turn to other sources of significance. Significant because they were quite contemporary with the events of Christ and the early church, but also that these sources were not apart of believers in
Josephus speaks of Jesus In the last couple of articles we have considered Josephus’ documentation on John and Baptist, James the brother of Jesus, and Herod. In this article we will be looking at Josephus’ most important corroboration with the
This sermon examines the man who was without a wedding garment in Jesus’ parable of the wedding feast in Matthew 22.