What is the earliest and best source for the Resurrection of Jesus? Sean discusses the creed in 1 Corinthians that mentions the death, burial, and appearances.
Today's culture emphasizes giving a voice to various marginalized groups. Yet long ago, Jesus cared marginalized people of his day.
What is the state of historical Jesus studies? Can the real Jesus of history be known? Sean reviews the latest book by two leading scholars.
Does God exist? Which religion is true? Is there life after death? If true, the resurrection answers these three questions.
There is great misunderstanding about the biblical concept of resurrection. It is different from other views of the afterlife. Sean offers clarity and insight.
Why didn't Paul mention the empty tomb in his creedal statement in 1 Corinthians 15:3-5? Was he unaware of the empty tomb? Sean offers 3 helpful responses.
The historical evidence for the resurrection of Jesus is compelling. But there is also a deeper meaning that can transform how we live in the present.
What signs should we expect if God took on human flesh? How would we really know if it were true? Sean compares the life of Jesus with two popular expectations.