You’ve probably heard (or offered) the objection that little can really be known concerning the life of Jesus, or that he certainly wasn’t who others described him to be — a common claim by those who question the accuracy or authority of the New Testament. So, was Jesus who he or others say he was? To respond to this Good Question, we turned to an article by Dr. Gary Habermas, Distinguished Professor and Chair of the department of philosophy and theology at Liberty University.
Our society is starving for intimacy. And many of the lies we believe in our culture have to do with our hunger for relationship. We want acceptance, loving relationships and deep intimacy, and yet we believe the lie that sex will satisfy our hunger. It’s true that we are profoundly sexual beings, but it’s time to examine some of the lies we feast on:
Good QuestionWas Jesus real?
SpotlightWhy wait for sex?
Good QuestionHow do I start reading the Bible?