Did the apostles of Jesus actually exist? Are they mythological figures? Despite this claim by skeptics, Sean lays out the compelling historical evidence.
Thomas is always called "Doubting Thomas," and yet, ironically, he wasn't a doubter. As Sean explains, it is critical we understand doubt and belief.
What's the evidence the Apostle Thomas Died as a Martyr? Sean explores the earliest textual evidence as well as oral tradition from India.
The earliest traditions claim that the apostle Thomas ministered and died in India. Is this tradition reliable? Sean examines the evidence.
James the brother of Jesus was the leader of the early church in Jerusalem. Was he martyred for his faith? Sean explores the biblical and no-biblical evidence.
For the deaths of the apostles to count as evidence for Christianity, they needed to have a resurrection faith. Sean examines the source of their beliefs.
Critics often contend that the deaths of the apostles is inconsequential for the truth of Christianity. Sean responds to this common objection.
Critics often disqualify the apostles as martyrs since there's no early record that were given the chance to recant. Sean responds to this objection.
Is the traditional account of the beheading of Paul in Rome correct? Sean examines the historical evidence for this commonly believed tradition.
Were the apostles misguided in their preaching of Jesus? Were the willing to die for a misguided faith? Sean points out the key problem with this objection.