Historians and Miracle Claims

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 [...]

Mike Licona vs. Bart Ehrman (2018)

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 [...]

Mike Licona vs. Courtney Friesen

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 [...]

Sermon on the Mount

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.

Was Jesus’s Resurrection a Metaphor?

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 [...]