Jesus is known as a storyteller. But how do we know he actually told the parables attributed to him? Sean offers three historical reasons.
Do the Gospel writers have a deeper point for including "contradictions" in their writings? Sean unpacks this possibility with two helpful examples from John.
The Bible has historically been viewed by Christians as inspired. But why is it important to really believe this? Sean offers 4 quick reasons.
Why didn't God simply split the Red Sea by His command? Why use an east wind? Sean offers two likely reasons for this.
The Torah in the Old Testament are some of the most influential books in history. But is there reason to believe they are divine? Sean offers 8 brief reasons.
The Old Testament is full of embarrassing material. Ironically, this is one good reason to trust it as a reliable source. Sean explains.
Why were some ancient "Gospels" left out of the Bible? Is there a conspiracy? Sean gives three reasons Matthew, Mark, Luke and John are superior to others.
Is the Bible a dispensable book educated people don't have to read. GQ thinks so. Sean draws an important lesson and shows the unequaled influence of the Bible.
The Bible is different from all other books in history? What makes it so unique? Why has it been so influential? Sean briefly tackles these questions.
What are the most recent numbers for Greek and non-Greek manuscripts? How does the New Testament fare when compared with other classical works? Sean responds.