Taking A Blind Leap Of Doubt: Common Objections To The Historicity Of The New Testament, Jesus, And The Resurrection-Part 2

A continuation of my rebuttal to objections from ‘NotAScientist’… I mentioned in a comment that it is clear who Jesus thought he was and who he claimed to be. I was then asked why this is important. I think it is very a important thing to take into account. He claimed many ‘wild’ things and … More Taking A Blind Leap Of Doubt: Common Objections To The Historicity Of The New Testament, Jesus, And The Resurrection-Part 2

Taking A Blind Leap Of Doubt: Common Objections To The Historicity Of The New Testament, Jesus, And The Resurrection-Part 1

In my previous blog post a while back, I made it my business to refute, or at least provide links to scholarly refutations, of several popular objections that are put forward by ‘sceptics’ and atheists pertaining to the historicity of the Christmas narratives. Subsequently I received several comments by someone who goes by the name … More Taking A Blind Leap Of Doubt: Common Objections To The Historicity Of The New Testament, Jesus, And The Resurrection-Part 1

Book Review: A Sceptic’s Guide To Atheism: God Is Not Dead-Peter S. Williams

‘I have reviewed contemporary popular atheology, paying particular attention to so-called ‘New Atheists’. I am seriously unimpressed’-Peter S. Williams A Flea or a Gadfly? The writings of the new atheists have provoked a surprising number of responding books and in particular Dawkins’ book The God Delusion has now received over 30. These books vary in … More Book Review: A Sceptic’s Guide To Atheism: God Is Not Dead-Peter S. Williams