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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 [...]
Christian apologist Jonathan McLatchie recently sparked some controversy when on Facebook he posted a thread saying, “Modern Biblical scholarship is in dire need of a reformation. Case in point [...]
Do Gospel differences discredit the accounts? In this video, Dr. Licona provides several reasons for thinking they do not.
The canon of Scripture refers to a standard or rule used to determine which books belong in the biblical corpus. In this short lecture Dr. Licona provides answers to the questions we’ve all [...]
Most scholars agree that the Gospel of John portrays Jesus claiming to be God’s uniquely divine Son and that the apostle Paul made similar claims. However, there is no agreement among [...]
Caleb Lindgren of Christianity Today interviewed Mike Licona on his book Why Are There Differences in the Gospels? This article appeared in the May 2017 printed issue as well as on the CT web site.
On November 15, 2016, there was a panel discussion on Mike Licona’s new book Why Are There Differences in the Gospels? (New York: OUP, 2017). The panelists were Mark Strauss, Darrell Bock, Craig [...]