In this issue . . .
A: In the “prologue” to the book of Acts, Luke told Theophilus that Jesus “presented Himself alive after His suffering by many infallible proofs, being seen by them during forty days and speaking of the things pertaining to the kingdom of God” (Acts 1:3). The Greek word translated as “infallible proofs” is tekmeriois, a technical term from logic that refers to that which causes something “to be known in a convincing and decisive manner, proof.”
So what are these infallible proofs of the Resurrection? Before answering that question, consider what it would take to convince you that someone was alive again after dying. Of course, the best evidence would be an opportunity to spend time with that person again—you could see him walk and talk, and you could eat with him. That’s precisely what Luke is referring to here.
After being crucified, Jesus showed Himself alive by appearing to the disciples on several occasions. He walked with them, talked with them, and ate with them.
Read more about the “many infallible proofs” Scripture records for Jesus Christ’s Resurrection.
Dr. Baucham gives solid answers to common objections about Christ’s deity, death, and Resurrection. His charge: We must preach a risen Christ unequivocally and tell the world that He is the Way, the Truth, and the Life—and that no one comes to the Father but by Him. Powerful!
The oft-evolved appendix: The appendix: useless vestige or valuable evolutionary innovation?
Freedom under fire: Federal government tips its hand: you have the freedom to be like others, but not necessarily the freedom to be different.
Homo erectus—the handyman: Homo erectus had style and design of their tools down to a science.
Leaving Lucy: This spring is your last chance to see Lucy in the United States before she returns to her homeland.
Epigenetic inheritance: A new discovery illustrates one way epigenetic alterations can be passed on to subsequent generations.
This Week . . .
Please ask the Lord to guide and bless preparations for this summer’s video productions.
Read this month’s update to stay current on other requests and praises.
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