Tag Archive | Constantine

Predictable Christmas fare: Newsweek’s Tirade against the Bible

Every year, at Christmas and Easter, several major magazines, television programs, news agencies, and publishing houses love to rattle the faith of Christians by proclaiming loudly and obnoxiously that there are contradictions in the Bible, that Jesus was not conceived by a virgin, that he did not rise from the dead, ad infinitum, ad nauseum. […]

A New Kind of Apologetics: Christian Renaissance

News on the Christian Renaissance Apologia Conference coming up on April 12–13: I’ve mentioned this apologetics conference a couple of times on this site, but I thought I’d give a lot more information on it this go-around. First, a word about Christian Renaissance. This is a new concept in apologetics. In fact, it’s much more […]

Five More Myths about Bible Translations and the Transmission of the Text

There’s an old Italian proverb that warns translators about jumping in to the task: “Traduttori? Traditori!” Translation: “Translators? Traitors!” The English proverb, “Something’s always lost in the translation,” is clearly illustrated in this instance. In Italian the two words are virtually identical, both in spelling and pronunciation. They thus involve a play on words. But […]

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