Objections to the Resurrection
When telling others about the resurrection of Christ, objections inevitably arise. So how are we to answer someone who claims that Jesus didn’t actually die on the cross, or that the gospel accounts contain myths and legends that were added over time? Joining the panel for this discussion is Craig Parton, author of Religion on Trial and The Defense Never Rests (originally aired June 5, 2011).
The Clarity of Scripture
Does the incredible variety of Christian denominations and interpretive traditions imply that the Scriptures themselves are unclear? How can we know what the Bible really says if there are so many different interpretations of it? Michael Horton discusses this issue with Australian theologian Mark Thompson, author of Clear and Present Word: The Clarity of Scripture.
Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, Part 1
Many Christians were raised to believe that the Old Testament was little more than a collection of morality tales written to inspire us to have the “faith of Abraham” or the “courage of Daniel.” But Jesus taught his followers that the Old Testament actually pointed to himself (Jn. 5:39). In this two-part series, Michael Horton discusses this issue with Nancy Guthrie. She has written a five-volume book series addressing this topic titled Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament.
Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament, Part 2
On this program, Michael Horton continues his conversation with Nancy Guthrie about finding Christ in the Old Testament. The focus of this discussion centers on four of Nancy’s books, The Son of David, Seeing Jesus in the Historical Books, The Wisdom of God: Seeing Jesus in the Psalms and Wisdom Books, and The Word of the Lord: Seeing Jesus in the Prophets.