Category Archives: Book Reviews

James the Brother of Jesus

Why is an atheist website concerned with reviewing a book on one of the brothers of Jesus, especially one who was such a minor character in the New Testament? Despite its basic biographical title, James the Brother of Jesus is not merely a dissertation on the biblical portrait and historicity of James, but a blinding

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Evidence for the Resurrection

The resurrection of Christ is arguably the central doctrine of Christianity. The premise at the heart of most strains of Christianity is that Jesus Christ died on the cross to save humanity from its sins, and he rose again three days later, victorious over death and having established a new means for salvation. In the

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The Bible Unearthed

Every few years, new stories and rumors circulate about ground-breaking discoveries of the Ark of the Covenant, Noah’s Ark, the Garden of Eden, and other biblical legends. However, all these iconic finds seem to have been stumbled upon by amateur explorers in remote locations now conveniently forgotten or off-limits to public access. Still many of

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