Monthly Archives: April 2012

Historical Reliability Of Acts From Primary Extra-Biblical Sources

I put together a document that goes through the book of Acts and quotes – directly – extra-biblical documents to confirm or support a given event, person, cultural aspect, etc. that is present in Acts. For example, in Acts 16:37 and 38 Paul and Silas are thrown in prison. But upon hearing that Paul and […]

Philosophy And Christianity (Part 3): Theory Of Knowledge

Theory Of Knowledge (Epistemology) And It’s Useful Distinctions It just so happens that the primary obstacles to belief in God, in our culture, are those which limit our knowledge. For example, if we are only able to gain knowledge about physical things, and not immaterial or non-physical things, then the question of God’s existence is […]