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evidence of Christianity, derived from its nature and reception.
John Bird Sumner
|Statement||By J. B. Sumner ...|
|LC Classifications||BT1101 .S9 1825|
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|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||33016675|
Christopher J. H. Wright, “The Christian and other religions: the biblical evidence,” Themelios (January ): pretended divinity—the original, characteristically ‘serpentine’ temptations5—and both have socially detrimental effects on man’s life: ‘now the humanity of man is endangered (Gn. 4, 6, and. EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY. BY WILLIAM PALEY, D.D. A NEW EDITION. LONDON: PRINTED BY AND SONS, STAMFORD STREET. THE HONOURABLE AND RIGHT REVEREND JAMES YORK, D.D., LORD BISHOP OF ELY My LORD, When, five years ago, an important station in the University of Cambridge awaited your Lordship's disposal, you were .
LitCharts assigns a color and icon to each theme in Mere Christianity, which you can use to track the themes throughout the work. Lewis claims that he has now established a “foundation” for his argument: there is such a thing as a moral Law of Nature. In this chapter, he will strengthen this foundation by discussing moral law in more detail. J. P. Moreland: Christianity and the Nature of Science. Grand Rapids: Baker, $ The debate about the relation between religion and science is not a first-order problem that can be solved from within science, but a second-order problem about the Author: Vern Poythress.
Anciently the followers of Christ, or Truth, measured Christianity by its power over sickness, sin, and death; but modern religions generally omit all but one of these powers,--the power over sin. We must seek the undivided garment, the whole Christ, as our first proof of Christianity, for Christ, Truth, alone can furnish us with absolute evidence. The evidence of the divine origin of Christianity from the personal character and the incarnation of Christ. Lecture IX The Christian religion as adapted the the wants of man, as illustrated in these eighteen hundred years.
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If someone wants to really dig into the truth behind the Bible, this book will provide mounds of evidence for a curious 4/5. In the book, "Seeing Through Christianity: A Critique of Beliefs and Evidence," author, Bill Zuersher, not only lays bare these "logical flaws," but accomplishes this by using clear, progressive, and naturalistic reasons why, Christianity, in particular, simply can not stand up under the scrutiny of rational s: The evidence.
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The evidence. of the Christian religion derived from its original propagation in the world, a portion of the Origines sacræAuthor: Edward Stillingfleet. His numerous writings derived from its nature and reception.
book much esteemed, especially by the evangelical party, to which he belonged; the best known are his Treatise on the Records of Creation and the Moral Attributes of the Creator (London, ) and The Evidence of Christianity derived from its Nature and Reception (London, ).
In he was consecrated archbishop of. One of the central arguments raised against the Christian worldview is that its core tenets are anti-intellectual.
Critics argue that Christianity is based on faith in the Bible’s authenticity, rather than solid evidence in its favor. Does the Bible require us to surrender our intellect and common sense in order to accept its claims, or [ ].
Yet the Bible has been the most analyzed, assaulted and tested book of human history: the best-seller of all time. How has it withstood centuries of scrutiny. Learn how its wisdom, its prophecies, and its internal consistency point to a single divine Author behind a diversity of human authors.
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Yet, this detachment from "the world" could be but provisional, as Christianity, by its very nature, was a missionary religion and aimed at a universal conversion. The subtle distinction "in the world, but not of the world," could not settle the basic problem, for "the world" itself had to be redeemed and could not be endured in its un-reformed.
Why Scholars Doubt the Traditional Authors of the Gospels () Matthew Wade Ferguson. The traditional authors of the canonical Gospels—Matthew the tax collector, Mark the attendant of Peter, Luke the attendant of Paul, and John the son of Zebedee—are doubted among the majority of mainstream New Testament scholars.
This “burning in the bosom” must provide the best evidence the Book of Mormon has going for it, since scientific and archaeological evidence certainly doesn’t support its claims. Allegedly, Joseph Smith found the text for the Book of Mormon inscribed on gold plates buried near a hill named Cumorah in upstate New York.
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Scholarly, well-written, and exhaustively researched, Evidence for Christianity presents a powerful case for why Christianity is both true and real. Drawing upon rigorous scholarship of countless authorities and historical evidence, McDowell provides evidences beyond a reasonable doubt that Christ was exactly who he said he was, sent to do exactly what God his Father commissioned /5(6).
by Matt Slick. Christianity does not devalue the natural world. If anything, Christianity teaches that the world we live in is a gift from God and is to be managed by us for His glory (Deut.
) and for the benefit of others (Lev. ). The natural world, our environment, is an extension of the creative work of God that He has provided for our existence. A view of the evidences of Christianity: in three parts ; and the Horae PaulinaePrinted at the University Press, Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans in English - A new ed., with notes, an analysis, and a selection of questions from the senate-house and college examination papers designed for the use of students / by Robert Potts.Apologetics—the intellectual defense of the Christian faith—is an important topic at a time when postmodernism, relativism, and religious pluralism are of Apologetics and Christian Evidences deals with every aspect of apologetics, from the reasons for apologetics, to various apologetic methods and their presuppositions, to different apologetic approaches, to 5/5(2).