There are many different proposed explanations for the resurrection evidence other than Jesus rising from the dead. Do we need to worry that there are so many ways to explain the evidence? How can we spot bad explanations to help us discover the truth? Today I discuss three characteristics of bad explanations so that you are able to disqualify them quickly.
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Ryan Pauly is the founder and president of Think Well. He speaks around the country, hosts conversations on YouTube, and teaches Historical Christian Doctrine and Apologetics, Comparative Religions and Worldviews, and Philosophy of Ethics at a Southern California High School. He is field guide for the MAVEN immersive experiences and is a Stand to Reason affiliate. Ryan holds a Master's degree in Christian apologetics from Biola University, a certificate in science apologetics from the Reasons Institute, and is working on his doctorate in ministry from Talbot School of Theology. Ryan discusses a wide range of apologetics and cultural issues relating to students through writing, videos, speaking, podcast, and radio.
June 26, 2016 at 5:48 pm
I like the name of your Blog since I’m a coffee lover. I wish I thought of it.
June 26, 2016 at 9:39 pm
Haha thanks! I love my coffee too.
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