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Ted Cabal

Defending the Resurrection of Jesus: Yesterday, Today and Forever

Karl Barth’s famous aversion to accepting biblical miracles as historically accessible included the resurrection of Jesus. This antipathy displayed itself in 1962 at George Washington University during a question-answer dialogue with 200 specially invited religious leaders. After Carl Henry identified himself as the editor of Christianity Today, he asked Barth: “The question, Dr. Barth, concerns…

Alumni Academy: “Jesus Or Nothing” Panel Discussion

Alumni Academy: “Jesus Or Nothing” Panel Discussion (Audio)

The SBJT Forum: Debating Adam

The Winter 2013 SBJT Forum

SBJT: The book of Hebrews addresses a suffering church. What can we learn from Hebrews for us today on facing suffering as Christians? Barry Joslin: If we are being honest, suffering is not something most of us treasure, embrace, or go looking for. Most of us avoid it, and those of us with children often…

Renown 2014: Using an Apologetics Study Bible as a Resource

Panel Discussion: Eden, Avatar, and the Kingdom of Christ: Just What Are We To Do with Popular Culture? (Audio)

Panel Discussion: Eden, Avatar, and the Kingdom of Christ: Just What Are We To Do with Popular Culture?

Apologetics in Preaching: A Panel Discussion

Apologetics and Evangelism: A Panel Discussion