Decisions: A discussion between Bart Ehrman & Mike Licona
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Historians and Miracle Claims Can historians investigate miracle claims? In 2014, I published an article addressing this question in the Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus. It is now [...]
Are the Gospels “Historically Reliable”? A Focused Comparison of Suetonius’s Life of Augustus and the Gospel of Mark This article is published in Religions, 28 February 2019. Abstract: Are [...]
Shortly after my book Paul Meets Muhammad was published in 2006, I was contacted by Coral Ridge Ministries, because Dr. D James Kennedy wanted to interview me on the book for his program Truths [...]
Debate Question: “Are the Gospels historically reliable?” On February 21, 2018, Ratio Christi and the KSU History Club cosponsored a debate between Bart Ehrman and Mike Licona at Kennesaw State [...]
Debate Question: “Did Jesus rise from the dead?” Mike Licona debates Larry Shapiro on February 22, 2018 at the University of Findlay in Ohio.
Debate Question: “Are Christian claims verifiable and does it matter?” Hosted by the Veritas Forum at the Arizona University, this debate between resident classicist Courtney Friesen [...]
On October 26, 2017, Mike Licona was asked to recite Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount at a location not far from the traditional sight where Jesus is believed to have delivered it 2,000 years ago.
Jesus promised His disciples that He would return before some of them died. But it’s 2,000 years later and He has yet to show up. Was Jesus wrong? In this video, Dr. Licona looks at three options.
Some recent scholars have claimed that the early Christians used the term “resurrection” for Jesus only as a metaphor that meant God had exalted Jesus in heaven or that Jesus remains alive in his [...]