Reasons to Believe


  • Addressing Resurrection Alternatives (Part Six)

    As Easter approaches, now is the time to address the most familiar escape route from the biblical account of Jesus’ resurrection and its profound implications: the myth hypothesis. Perhaps this … more

  • Addressing Resurrection Alternatives (Part Five)

    Only in a world familiar with substance abuse, mental illness, and reports of paranormal experiences would the possibility of a “group hallucination” be entertained even momentarily. But … more

  • Addressing Resurrection Alternatives (Part Four)

    The history of rock-and-roll abounds with legends regarding its biggest stars. The best known is the story that Elvis is alive, having faked his death in 1977 to escape the limelight. Another myth … more

  • Addressing Resurrection Alternatives (Part Three)

    For example, if Jesus of Nazareth’s bodily resurrection from the dead could be convincingly disproved then the Christian faith would be, for all intents and purposes, falsified. Paul asserts … more

  • Addressing Resurrection Alternatives (Part Two)

    If you’ve ever attended RTB’s outreaches or heard scholar interviews, you know we use the “new” reasons emerging from science as a starting point to engage in dialog that moves … more

  • Addressing Resurrection Alternatives (Part One)

    During my years of interacting with American college students, I’ve seen the benefits of hearing them out, then inviting them to consider my comments and observations. On the topic of Jesus … more

  • Why the Universe Is the Way It Is

    From a naturalistic perspective, the pain, death, decay, and evil that humans and all life experience serve no real purpose. They simply are the consequence of a random set of cosmic coincidences that … more

  • The Great Claims of Jesus

    The vast majority of the world's people recognize Jesus of Nazareth as a great moral teacher, perhaps even a prophet, but only a small percentage, as yet, accept Him as the Messiah, the "deliverer," … more