Reasons Why the New Testament Has Enduring Value (Part 1)

Two millenia of existence demonstrates that the New Testament literature has merit sufficient enough to require one to become familiar with these unique documents. Evidence exists showing that the New Testament documents was translated into many contemporary first century languages. The early christians found it necessary to share this message, and it was well received. Even in modern times, the New Testament has been translated into several thousand languages and dialects the world over, and there is continued progress and commitment from the academic community to present the teaching of Jesus to many more. These are facts which corroborate with other evidence suggesting that the New Testament has enduring value.

Regarding the Divide Between the Christ of Faith and the Jesus of History

There is a long-standing view that an impassible divide exists between the Jesus of history and the Christ of faith. This paper is about crossing this epistemic divide centered on what can be known about Jesus. Many scholars believe this divide cannot be bridged, but this paper argues that it can. Growing up in San …

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Proverbs 1-9 and the Teaching of Wisdom

The book of Proverbs was the first book of the Bible that I read as a new Christian in 1996. It called my attention and spoke to me with wisdom that I did not have. It literally saved my life. I come from a street gang background, and after leaving it behind for Christ I …

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Where I Read Online

This list will be updated frequently. The following links are a bibliography of sorts of websites, archives, blogs, and teaching organizations that I have found routinely useful to challenge my thinking and study of the Scriptures. I could not in any way agree with all the content from these sources so their listing here is …

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