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Overthinking Christian

Our scope here is to rattle evangelical norms that threaten Biblical norms (as well as pretend we are smarter and more "spiritual" than we actually are).

Was There a Literal Resurrection? Mike Licona Responds

I had the great honor of conducting an interview with sought-after author and speaker Dr. Mike Licona (Associate Professor in Theology, Houston Baptist University) regarding the historical validity of the resurrection of Jesus. Why do you believe in a literal... Continue Reading →

Was Jesus Raised From the Dead? (Video)

Below is the debate between Dr. Mike Licona (Houston Baptist University) and  former-Christian now-atheist Matt Dillahunty of "The Atheist Experience." The debate took place at the [un]Apologetic Conference 2017 in Austin, TX on Feb 25. The question of the debate... Continue Reading →

“If God Knows the Future, Why Pray?” Darrell Bock Responds

  Below you will find an interview I conducted with well-known Bible scholar Darrell Bock (Senior Research Professor of NT Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary) regarding the relationship between God's sovereignty and prayer. The questions are in bold followed by Dr.... Continue Reading →

“If God is Sovereign, Why Pray?” Craig Blomberg Responds

I had the great honor of asking Craig Blomberg  (distinguished Professor of New Testament, Denver Seminary) five questions concerning God's sovereignty in relation to prayer.  Blomberg has given extensive answers to questions many Christians have great difficulty with. Below is... Continue Reading →

Evolution vs. Faith: Calling A Truce? (Book Review)

  With contributions by pastors, scholars, philosophers, and scientists alike, How I Changed My Mind about Evolution (IVP Academic, 2016) revoked a certain memory from my early elementary days. I recall a bus ride in which me and another second-grader debated... Continue Reading →

Scot McKnight on The Gospel (video)

Scot McKnight shares on what the Gospel is as well as what the Gospel is not. https://youtu.be/-HdyhUQ3Krs

‘The Gospel According to Paul’ According to John MacArthur (book review)

John MacArthur continues to astound me. Maintaining an audience from those in many denominations, having the gift of writing clearly, and possessing an unyielding determination to convey the truth of Scripture, a book on Paul (from him) sounds like something... Continue Reading →

The Last Adam, Brandon D. Crowe (book review)

At the outset it must be said that The Last Adam (Baker, 2017) is an academic book. If you're not fond of many footnotes then this may not be for you. But if you are into academic books on the New Testament,... Continue Reading →

How Some Christians View the Bible (video)

Below you will find a video that needs to be streamed in the West in our churches, Bible studies, seminaries, ect. A video that makes me feel guilty for what I have but don't value: God's very words. Please take... Continue Reading →

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