Mar 21 • 42M

Faith Founded on Facts (Part 1)

Episode 15 • Featuring John Lennox, Richard Bauckham, D.A. Carson, John Dickson, and Peter J. Williams

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Shane Rosenthal
Shane Rosenthal was raised in a Jewish home but became an atheist at a very early age. Some years later, however, he ended up losing faith in atheism and converted to Christianity. On this podcast he talks with people from a wide variety of worldviews and perspectives in order explore the beliefs and ideas that shape our lives.
Episode details

On this episode, Shane weaves together a number of interviews he’s recorded over the years on topics related to the Christian view of “faith,” how it’s grounded in the facts of the real world, and why we can be confident that it’s true. So during this podcast you’ll hear from scholars such as John Lennox, Peter J. Williams, Richard Bauckham, John Dickson, and D.A. Carson.

• To listen to Part 2 of this program, click here.

• Recommended resources by Shane Rosenthal: “What is Faith?,” How to Detect Deception,” “Authenticating The Fourth Gospel,”Why Should We Believe The Bible?”, and “On Faith & History.”

• Recommended books by John Lennox: Can Science Explain Everything?, Gunning for God, Cosmic Chemistry, and Miracles: Is Belief in the Supernatural Irrational? Video lecture: Has Science Buried God?”

• Recommended books by Peter J. Williams: Can We Trust the Gospels?, and The Surprising Genius of Jesus. Video lectures: “New Evidence the Gospels Are Based on Eyewitness Accounts”, “Things Which Ought to Be Better Known About the Resurrection”, and “Are the Gospels Reliable? A Conversation with Bart Ehrman.”

• Recommended books by Richard Bauckham: Jesus & The Eyewitnesses (Second Edition), Jesus: A Very Short Introduction, and The Testimony of The Beloved Disciple.

• Recommended books by John Dickson: Is Jesus History?, and A Doubters Guide to Jesus.

• Recommended books by D.A. Carson: Introducing the New Testament, The Gospel According to John (Pillar NT Commentary), Commentary on the Old Testament Use of the New Testament, and The Intolerance of Tolerance.

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