Fairly recent biblical scholarship challenged the long-held tradition that Moses wrote the first five books of the Old Testament. Can we know...
Kenneth D. Whitehead
Pope Benedict’s latest Jesus of Nazareth book, The Infancy Narratives, vindicates the Gospel accounts as historical fact.
Are there clouds and harps? Is it in the sky? Is it outside time? Some of what we can discern about heaven may surprise you.
What’s Really Going on the Book of James?: The historical evidence points to it predating Romans, Galatians
It has often been thought that James is criticizing and contradicting St. Paul’s epistles. But a close look at the text—and at how the book...
The Gospels mention King Herod many times, but is it the same guy? In fact, it’s not. Here is the fascinating fable of the fractious family...
Who’s on First? Matthew, Mark, or Luke?: What Is the “Synoptic Problem,” and Why Do Apologists Need to Know About It?
Three of the Gospels—Matthew, Mark, and Luke—are quite similar to each other when compared to the fourth Gospel, John. They tell the story of...