Why would Jesus allow a herd of pigs to be destroyed when casting out demons? Wasn't there another way? Sean offers 4 insights for reflection.
Does belief in the resurrection trace back to the apostles? Or was it invented later by the early church? Sean responds to these common questions.
Jesus often told his followers not to publicly proclaim his identity. Why? Sean provides two reasons to help solve this seeming puzzle.
Did Matthew mistranslate the prophecy of the virgin birth from Isaiah? What does prophecy prove? Sean briefly answers these questions.
Did Jesus use apologetics? Or did he just rely upon story and teaching? Sean answers this question briefly, showing that Jesus in fact was an apologist.
Did Jesus even exist? How well is the "Jesus-myth" movement faring? Sean interviews author David Marshall on these questions and more.
Critics often claim that the deity of Christ developed as a late tradition. As Sean explains, there is evidence the earliest Gospel proclaims Christ's deity.
The resurrection of Jesus is not a part of the Christian faith--it is the heart of it. Sean briefly explains how the resurrection shapes everything we believe.
All four Gospels claim Jesus entered Jerusalem triumphantly. If the account is historical, why wasn't he arrested immediately? Sean offers three reasons.
Did Jesus Exist? The existence is compelling that Jesus was a historical person. This blog includes some of Sean's favorite quotes from Bart Ehrman's book.