Christianity

Religiousness in TIME and SPACE

Many people believe that religion makes people morally good, happy, and mentally healthy, but I’m not so sure. Obviously, there are some very good, very happy, and mentally healthy atheists and non-religious people, and there are also some very bad, very miserable, and seriously mentally ill religious people. The same can be said of Christians Religiousness in TIME and SPACE

How Many Skeptical Theories about the Resurrection of Jesus?

A DILEMMA IMPLIES THERE ARE ONLY TWO KINDS OF SKEPTICAL THEORIES When Christian apologists discuss skeptical theories about the alleged resurrection of Jesus, they often think in terms of an old dilemma between the disciples of Jesus being either DECEIVED or DECEIVERS. According to Christian apologists, Jesus’ eleven remaining disciples (the twelve minus Judas Iscariot) How Many Skeptical Theories about the Resurrection of Jesus?

Careful Analysis of More Objections to the Swoon Theory: INDEX

I have previously done a careful analysis of nine objections against the Swoon Theory presented by the Christian apologists Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli in their Handbook of Christian Apologetics (1994; hereafter: HCA): More recently, I have done a careful analysis of six more objections to the Swoon Theory presented by other Christian apologists, objections Careful Analysis of More Objections to the Swoon Theory: INDEX

Careful Analysis of Objections to the Swoon Theory: Objection #15 (Jesus’ Wounds)

WHERE WE ARE The Christian apologists Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli presented nine objections against the Swoon Theory in their Handbook of Christian Apologetics (published in 1994). I have carefully analyzed those nine objections and then carefully evaluated them. I concluded that each of those nine objections against the Swoon Theory FAIL. So, Kreeft and Tacelli FAILED to Careful Analysis of Objections to the Swoon Theory: Objection #15 (Jesus’ Wounds)

Careful Analysis of Objections to the Swoon Theory: Objection #14 (Last Words)

WHERE WE ARE The Christian apologists Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli presented nine objections against the Swoon Theory in their Handbook of Christian Apologetics (published in 1994). I have carefully analyzed those nine objections and then carefully evaluated them. I concluded that each of those nine objections against the Swoon Theory FAIL. So, Kreeft and Tacelli FAILED to Careful Analysis of Objections to the Swoon Theory: Objection #14 (Last Words)

Careful Analysis of Objections to the Swoon Theory: Objection #13 (Other Writers)

WHERE WE ARE The Christian apologists Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli presented nine objections against the Swoon Theory in their Handbook of Christian Apologetics (published in 1994). I have carefully analyzed those nine objections and then carefully evaluated them. I concluded that each of those nine objections against the Swoon Theory FAIL. So, Kreeft and Tacelli FAILED to Careful Analysis of Objections to the Swoon Theory: Objection #13 (Other Writers)

Careful Analysis of Objections to the Swoon Theory: Objection #12 (Paul’s Conversion)

WHERE WE ARE The Christian apologists Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli presented nine objections against the Swoon Theory in their Handbook of Christian Apologetics (published in 1994). I have carefully analyzed those nine objection and then carefully evaluated them. I concluded that each of those nine objections against the Swoon Theory FAIL. So, Kreeft and Tacelli FAILED to Careful Analysis of Objections to the Swoon Theory: Objection #12 (Paul’s Conversion)

Careful Analysis of Objections to the Swoon Theory: Objection #11 (Deceptive Jesus)

OBJECTION #11 AGAINST THE SWOON THEORY In his book The Son Rises (originally published in 1981, I will use the re-published edition from 2000; hereafter: TSR) the Christian apologist William Craig makes an objection against the Swoon Theory that does not correspond to any of the nine objections raised by Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli Careful Analysis of Objections to the Swoon Theory: Objection #11 (Deceptive Jesus)

Careful Analysis of Objections to the Swoon Theory: Objection #10 (Jewish Thought)

CRAIG’S OBJECTIONS TO SOME VERSIONS OF THE SWOON THEORY In Reasonable Faith (3rd edition, 2008, hereafter: RF), the Christian apologist William Craig raises an objection against the Swoon Theory that is different than any of the nine objections raised by Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli in their Handbook of Christian Apologetics. According to this objection, Careful Analysis of Objections to the Swoon Theory: Objection #10 (Jewish Thought)