Gods In The News: Was Jesus a copycat of Dionysus? Click play to connect to youtube Although this video falls into the “cheesy humor” category, it addresses a once growing (and now quickly waning) movement among young postmodernists making…Read more
Everyone thinks presuppositionally whether they realize it or not. That is, we assume things without evidence before we build a logical train of thought in an attempt to prove other things. Thus an argument and its conclusion may be completely…Read more
Here is episode 2 of War of the Worldviews as seen on the NRB Network (DIRECTV channel 378). This hour-long program features out-takes from my DVD, The Real Jesus. You can view this DVD in it’s entirety at The Forerunner.…Read more
Enter the Critic Celsus Click play to connect to youtube This is from the upcoming DVD presentation, The Real Jesus: Exposing the Christological Heresies of Pop Culture, which is actually part 3 of the series. The script of part…Read more
I was having a debate with a young Jesus mythicist (who finally admitted that Jesus probably did exist as a historical person) who made the following true remark: Anyone can write anything they want in a book. It does not…Read more
Summary: Is Luke the authentic author of the two New Testament books attributed to him? Here are just a few external and internal evidences for a dating of not later than 63 AD for the Gospel of Luke. 1. External…Read more
Meet Luke – the 800 pound gorilla If the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles were written as late as 85 AD by a person claiming to have interviewed eyewitnesses of Jesus and claiming to have been…Read more
Isn’t it true that the four Gospels were chosen from “many” Gospels? I’ll take a brief pause here from dealing solely with Luke’s writings to answer a question I just received from a viewer of The Real Jesus video podcast.…Read more
Can the Gospels be authenticated? One of the almost universally held notions of liberal theology is that the Gospels are anonymous writings and the names of the authors were not attached to the original manuscripts. Although we do not have…Read more
Gone with the Wind by Ronald Reagan: A Pseudonymous Gospel Let’s pretend for a moment … In 1985, at the age of 23, I decided to write a story about a statesman hero of mine, Joseph Fitzgerald Kennedy. The novel…Read more
Featuring Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry at the 1999 Ligonier conference
The Book of Daniel in Preterist Perspective
Revival, Resistance, Reformation, Revolution, Interposition and Nullification
Exposing The Occult Roots of Abortion
Ronald Reagan changed his view as a result of watching The Silent Scream – a movie he considered so powerful and convicting that he screened it at the White House.
Explodes the myths of the liberal critics and the movies, books and television programs that have popularized their views.