Recent Faculty Blog Posts

  • Somebody Stop Me!

    By William Lane Craig

    Apr. 17, 2015

    Hi Dr. Craig!

    I consider myself to be a Christian layman, as I am not formally trained in philosophy (I am a computer science major). However, I have been reading content on your website for about three months now and have read Reasonable Faith, On Guard, Contending With Christianity's ...

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  • Grieving

    By The Good Book Blog

    Apr. 16, 2015

    Being a man, I have trouble with most emotions (when I am aware of them in myself or others). Often, my response to emotions is to think about the experience, but that tends to pin feelings down rather than give deeper expression to them. I’ve learned by trial and ...

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  • Studio C: Los Angeles (2015), a set on Flickr.Via Flickr: This...

    By Frederick Cardoza

    Apr. 15, 2015



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    Studio C: Los Angeles (2015), a set on Flickr.

    Via Flickr:
    This is my home studio that I use for podcasting, vlogging, writing, study, and changing the world. I love Studio C because its where my greatest creative energies are expressed.

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  • “Behold, This Dreamer Cometh:” Joseph Typology

    By Fred Sanders

    Apr. 15, 2015

    “It sure seems that the story of Joseph is a typological foreshadowing of the life of Jesus,” mused Peter Leithart recently, and I have to agree.  It sure seems so! Leithart went on, in his post, to describe the kind of mental abstraction required to

    The post “Behold, This Dreamer ...

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  • Paul’s 4th Missionary Journey (And I Don’t Mean His Trip to Rome)

    By Kenneth Berding

    Apr. 14, 2015

    “Paul’s fourth missionary journey? I thought he went on three missionary journeys!” Yes, according to Acts, Paul embarked on three missionary journeys. Then he was imprisoned in Palestine for a couple years, transported under guard via ship to Rome (a journey that included a shipwreck on Malta), and spent ...

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  • New Claims regarding the “Family of Jesus” Tomb

    By Gary Manning Jr

    Apr. 13, 2015

    “Geologist claims Jesus was married… and had a SON: Expert says he has proof son of God was buried in 'family tomb' along with wife Mary and his brother” screams the headline. The sensational headline, along with the release date on Easter weekend, should be our first warning to take ...

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