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Tips that Atheists can use for Understanding the Bible

When I was a high school religion teacher I ran into a bit of trouble because, for the final exam, I expected the students to be able to recall facts from the Bible that we had covered that semester.  Yes, I know.  If it had been chemistry class, recalling chemistry facts covered in the semester would have been an obvious thing to have on the exam.  I think the reason there was resistance to requiring that students know biblical facts is because a lot of people- even parents of kids in Christian schools- don’t actually think the Bible is true.  … continue reading...

2009 Apologetics Academy Session Begins in May

The third session of Athanatos Christian Ministry’s online apologetics academy begins May 1st.  Below is the course schedule.

The portal page for the academy is:
http://www.academyofapologetics.com

To access the actual course area:
http://www.academyofapologetics.com/courses/

Courses available with their Start Dates:

May 1. Basic New Testament Greek Part 1
May 10. Reliability of the New Testament Documents
May 11. Hitler and Christianity [FREE!]
May 13. Christ Promised in the Old Testament
May 18. Study in Alleged Bible Contradictions
May 18. The Problem of Pain and Suffering
May 25. Basic New Testament Greek Part 2
June 1. The Historical Jesus: A … continue reading...

Online apologetics courses now enrolling: believe in the resurrection of Jesus but don’t know the evidence?

Believe in the resurrection of Jesus but don’t know the evidence for that belief?  Do you see that as a problem?  You should.  Confused about how the New Testament canon came to be and nervous that books like Dan Brown’s “The Da Vinci Code” might have something to it?  Arm yourself with the facts.  Afraid that you’re missing out because you know the New Testament was written in Greek but you’re stuck with the English?  Maybe learning Greek isn’t so hard.

The Historicity of the Resurrection, the Formation of the NT Canon, and Introduction to Biblical Greek are just three … continue reading...