Dec. 21, 2014
Caesar Augustus was ruler of Rome. He called himself Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Divi Filius Imperator, and throughout the Roman Empire his subjects called him son of God and lord of all. When he gave a command it was absolute law, and when he spoke,
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This year for our Christmas card, the faculty and staff of the Torrey Honors Institute chose a winter theme. This sent us all to our closets and garages to find coats, scarves, and hats that don’t get much use here in Southern California. One of
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I’m a guest on two recent episodes of the White Horse Inn, along with regulars Mike Horton, Kim Riddlebarger, and Rod Rosenbladt. The topic is the Trinity, and the two shows are in support of the latest issue of Modern Reformation magazine, The Trinity Issue
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As the arrival of Christ draws nearer, all the names by which he is to be called really begin piling up. We first heard about him as the seed of the woman who would defeat the seed of the serpent. The prophet said he would
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Dec. 19, 2014
Nobody knows what Mary was doing in her home in Nazareth when the angel Gabriel arrived there from God. Most painters who have made pictures of the scene have shown her reading the Bible or saying her prayers. A few show her at some household
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Dec. 19, 2014
This is the weekly Q & A blog post by our Research Professor in Philosophy, Dr. William Lane Craig.
Hello Dr. Craig
I'm writing from Sweden so I hope you can understand the meaning of my questions even if it is not in perfectly good english. I should start by ...
Research Professor of Philosophy
Professor of Philosophy of Religion and Ethics
Professor of New Testament Language and Literature
Professor of Christian Education and Theology
Torrey Honors Institute
Christian Apologetics Faculty
Distinguished Professor of Philosophy
Associate Professor of Torrey Honors Institute
Associate Professor of Education
Professor of History and Middle Eastern Studies
Assistant Professor of Photography
Assistant Professor of Medieval Literature
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