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Can Christians do "all things" through Christ? Does that mean ANYTHING?

Does the Bible promise that we can do "anything" with Christ? Sean brings clarity to one of the most commonly misunderstood verses (Phil 4:13)

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A Strategic Bible Study Method

What's a strategic plan for studying and learning the Bible? Sean shares his Bible study plan from this month.

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The Facts Behind the New Dead Sea Scrolls Discovery (Interview with Craig Evans)

Is the latest discovery of new Dead Sea Scrolls reliable? What do they reveal? In this interview, I talk with Craig Evans about this fascinating new discovery

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How Archaeology Supports the Bible: A Conversation with Joel Kramer

What are the top archaeological discoveries that confirm the Bible? I talk with archaeologist Joel Kramer about important archaeological findings.

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The Case for Eyewitness Testimony in the Gospels: Interview with Richard Bauckham

Are the Gospel traditions based on eyewitness testimony? Sean interviews Richard Bauckham about the update to his classic book JESUS AND THE EYEWITNESSES.

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Is Acts Historical? An Interview with Craig Keener

How accurate is the book of Acts? I ask one of the world's leading NT scholars, Craig Keener, some of the toughest questions about the reliability of Acts.

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Why Should We Trust the Gospel Writers?

In this video, I share a few key reasons to believe the Gospel writers care about truth, which helps establish their sincerity and honesty.

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Myths and Mistakes in Defending the New Testament

What are the most common mistakes people make when defending the New Testament? How do we best defend Scripture? Sean reviews a recent and vital new book.

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Are the Parables of Jesus Authentic?

Jesus is known as a storyteller. But how do we know he actually told the parables attributed to him? Sean offers three historical reasons.

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Are the Parables of Jesus Authentic?

Jesus is known as a storyteller. But how do we know he actually told the parables attributed to him? Sean offers three historical reasons.