‘Christian beliefs are rooted in reliable early records.”


Near the Arab bus station in East Jerusalem, a popular candidate (and, in my judgment, a pretty good one) for Golgotha or Calvary. The Crucifixion would have taken place not atop the hill, but — for maximum visibility and deterrent effect — near the road that ran by its base.
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The message of Easter is a wonderful one, but is it true?


Here’s a small argument toward establishing the reliability of the New Testament texts on which belief in Easter is based:





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