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The Historical Jesus - Digital Video

The Resurrection of Jesus - Digital Video

Textual Criticism - Digital Video

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Historical Reliability of the Gospels - Digital Video

Christian Apologetics 101 -Digital Video

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(each session is 25-30 minutes long)

Christian Apologetics

Doug Groothius

  1. Introduction to Apologetics
  2. The Biblical Basis for Apologetics
  3. Logic, Methodology, and Worldview Analysis
  4. Apologetical Limits and the Christian Worldview
  5. Objections to Christianity
  6. Truth: Defined and Defended (Part 1)
  7. Truth: Defined and Defended (Part 2)
  8. The Search for and Significance of Truth
  9. The Place of Prudence in Apologetics
  10. Objections to Natural Theology
  11. The Ontological Argument
  12. The Cosmological Argument
  13. The Design Argument
  14. Darwin and Intelligent Design (Part 1)
  15. Darwin and Intelligent Design (Part 2)
  16. The Moral Argument
  17. The Religious Experience Argument
  18. The Uniqueness of Humanity
  19. Deposed Royalty: Pascal’s Anthropological Argument
  20. Jesus and History
  21. Claims and Credentials of Jesus
  22. The Incarnation of Jesus
  23. The Resurrection of Jesus (Part 1)
  24. The Resurrection of Jesus (Part 2)
  25. The Problem of Religious Pluralism
  26. The Problem of Islam
  27. The Problem of Evil
  28. The Problem of Hell
  29. Apologetics and the Old Testament
  30. Taking It to the Streets

The Historical Jesus

Darrel Bock

  1. Non-Christian Sources and Historical Jesus Studies
  2. Three Quests for the Historical Jesus
  3. Three Models for Historical Jesus Studies
  4. Seven Criteria of Authenticity and the Burden of Proof
  5. Early Transmission of Jesus’ History
  6. Three Models of Orality in Historical Jesus Studies
  7. Sources and Their Critical Use in Historical Jesus Discussions
  8. The Nature of Second Temple Judaism in the Time of Jesus
  9. The Characteristic Jesus and the Ancient Bíos Genre
  10. The Infancy Material: Census, Virgin Birth, and John the Baptist
  11. The Ministry of John the Baptist
  12. The Kingdom of God and How it Works
  13. Translating Jesus: From the Gospels to Paul
  14. Second Temple Judaism and the Intensification of the Torah
  15. The Twelve Disciples and Jesus’ Relationship to Sinners
  16. Miracles and Exorcisms of Jesus
  17. The Messianic Secret of Jesus
  18. Jesus’ Intended Audiences
  19. The Demands of Being a Disciple of Jesus
  20. An Overview of the Final Week of Jesus’ Life
  21. How Jesus Saw Himself: Titles and Self Reference
  22. The Un-Triumphal Entry of Jesus
  23. The Cleansing of the Temple
  24. Controversies During Jesus’ Final Week
  25. The Last Supper
  26. The Jewish Examination of Jesus
  27. Jesus Before Pilate
  28. The Resurrection of Jesus

The Historical Reliability of Scripture

Craig Bloomberg

  1. Widely Held Myths About Ancient Sources
  2. The Formation of the Canon and the Choice of the Synoptic Gospels
  3. Books Not Included: The Contents of the Apocryphal and Gnostic Gospels
  4. The Text of the New Testament and Especially of the Gospels
  5. The Translation of the New Testament and Especially of the Gospels
  6. The Authorship and Dating of the Gospels
  7. The Reliability of the Oral Tradition (Part 1)
  8. The Reliability of the Oral Tradition (Part 2)
  9. The Composition of the Synoptic Gospels
  10. The Literary Genre of the Gospels
  11. Archeology for the Gospels
  12. Non-Christian Evidence for Jesus
  13. The Apocryphal and Gnostic Gospels Further Evaluated
  14. The Quests for the Historical Jesus
  15. Why Such Diversity Exists and the Criteria of Authenticity
  16. The Most Authentic Parts of the Synoptic Tradition
  17. The Resulting Identity of Jesus
  18. Problems of Harmonization Among the Synoptics
  19. Problems of Harmonization Between the Synoptics and John
  20. The Reliability of John (Part 1)
  21. The Reliability of John (Part 2)
  22. A Fourth Quest for the Historical Jesus
  23. The Knowledge of the Jesus Tradition in the Early Epistles (Part 1)
  24. The Knowledge of the Jesus Tradition in the Early Epistles (Part 2)
  25. The Unique Problem of Miracles (Part 1)
  26. The Unique Problem of Miracles (Part 2)
  27. The Virginal Conception: Nativity or Naiveté
  28. The Resurrection: Fact or Fiction
  29. The Jesus We Never Knew
  30. Summary and Conclusions

Textual Criticism

Daniel B. Wallace

1. Introduction to New Testament Textual Criticism
2. How to Count Textual Variants
3. The Number of Variants
4. Weighing the Discrepancies
5. Recent Attempts to Change the Goals of NT Textual Criticism
6. Materials and Methods in Making Ancient Books
7. The Materials Used Making a Codex Manuscript
8. A Brief History of the Transmission of the Text
9. The Role of the Canon in Shaping the NT Text
10. The Emergence of Local Text Forms
11. Illustrations of Scribal Corruptions (Part 1)
12. Illustrations of Scribal Corruptions (Part 2)
13. Some Famous Manuscripts: Papyri (Part 1)
14. Some Famous Manuscripts: Papyri (Part 2)
15. Some Famous Manuscripts: Majuscules (Part 1)
16. Some Famous Manuscripts: Majuscules (Part 2)
17. Resources for NT Manuscripts
18. Resources for NT Manuscripts: CSNTM
19. The Greek Text Behind the KJV
20. Textus Receptus/Doctrine of Preservation (Part 1)
21. Textus Receptus/Doctrine of Preservation (Part 2)
22. Tischendorf and the Discovery of Sinaiticus (Part 1)
23. Tischendorf and the Discovery of Sinaiticus (Part 2)
24. History of NT Textual Criticism Since the TR
25. Who Were Westcott & Hort?
26. Reasoned Eclecticism (Part 1)
27. Reasoned Eclecticism (Part 2)
28. Reasoned Eclecticism (Part 3)
29. Some Famous Textual Problems (Part 1)
30. Some Famous Textual Problems (Part 2)
31. Some Famous Textual Problems (Part 3)
32. Some Famous Textual Problems: Matthew 24:36
33. Some Famous Textual Problems: John 7:53-8:11
34. Some Famous Textual Problems: Mark 16:9-20
35. Which Translation is Best?
37. Is What We Have Now What They Wrote?

The Resurrection of Jesus

Gary Habermas

  1. The Importance of the Resurrection of Jesus
  2. A Priori Objections (Part 1)
  3. A Priori Objections (Part 2)
  4. Principles of Historiography
  5. Methodology: How Do We Use Historiography in Apologetics
  6. Approaching Scripture
  7. Minimal Facts Method
  8. Preaching before Completion of the New Testament
  9. Naturalistic Theories: Alternative Explanations for the Resurrection
  10. Naturalistic Theory 1: The Disciples Stole the Body
  11. Naturalistic Theory 2: Someone Else Stole the Body
  12. Naturalistic Theory 3: The Swoon Theory
  13. Naturalistic Theory 4: The Hallucination Theory
  14. Naturalistic Theory 5: The Copycat Theory
  15. Supernatural Alternative Theories
  16. Categorical Problems with Naturalistic Theories
  17. Understanding the Mind of a Skeptic
  18. Changing the Skeptical Mindset of the Naturalist (Part 1)
  19. Changing the Skeptical Mindset of the Naturalist (Part 2)
  20. Evidence for the Death of Jesus
  21. Evidence for the Appearances of Jesus
  22. Evidence for the Empty Tomb
  23. Constructing a Historical Timeline
  24. Apologetics: Building a Bridge from Miracles to Christianity
  25. Apologetics: Establishing a Connection between the Resurrection and the Existence of God
  26. Who Did Jesus Think He Was? Establishing the Deity of Christ
  27. Grounding Theology (Part 1)
  28. Grounding Theology (Part 2)
  29. Grounding Christian Practice: Application Based on the Resurrection
  30. The Resurrection of Jesus

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2 reviews for Apologetics Digital Download Bundle

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Taffy Nahas

    These courses are top-notch, very informative, relevant, and very important to growing as a Christian to understand our faith, test our faith and ultimately defend our faith in an irenic way.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    ervthomas

    I have only watched the first video but it was done well and the information was solid… and something I can easily use. I would like to see if I can get a few of my students to watch them with me and give me their feedback. They are still not saved but are seeking!

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