Archaeology: Biblical Ally or Adversary?
2004 Volume: 27 Number: 2
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Featured in This Issue:
Archaeology -- Biblical Ally or Adversary? In recent years some have claimed that the historical events recorded in the Old Testament are not supported by archaeological evidence. Are they correct, or are they trying to revise history?
Is Jesus the Only Savior? The Answer to Religious Pluralism What is the place of Jesus in salvation? Pluralists answer that there are many paths to God and salvation, but the arguments they put forth create a number of fatal problems for their view
Greatness and Wretchedness: The Usefulness of Pascal's Anthropological Argument in Apologetics History is replete with acts both of human greatness and of human wretchedness. Christian philosopher Blaise Pascal saw in this undeniable fact a persuasive argument for the truth of Christianity
Also in This Issue:
The Power of Using Questions in Evangelism...A Summary Critique: Darwin and Design...Same-Sex Marriage in Perspective