Lecture: “Statistics Don’t Lie, or Do They? Can We Trust the Greek Manuscripts Behind Our Translations?” from Bill Mounce

A LECTURE_LABEL from the series "LTL Lecture Series Academic Year 2021-2022." Current attacks on the trustworthiness of the Bible often center on the Greek manuscripts that have come to us through the centuries. Are they hopelessly corrupt? Is it true we don't have the originals, only copies of the copies?

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Lecture: “La Biblia y la Inmigración: Fundamentos para una Orientación Cristiana” from Daniel Carroll

A LECTURE_LABEL from the series "LTL Lecture Series Academic Year 2021-2022." La migración es una realidad humana. Los seres humanos migran para huir de las guerras o la violencia social, por cambios en el clima que impactan sus vidas, en busca de una vida más estable y prometedora para sus

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Lecture: “Philosophical Issues in the Atonement: In Defense of Penal Substitution” from William Craig

A LECTURE_LABEL from the series "LTL Lecture Series Academic Year 2021-2022." Three sorts of objections have been lodged against the doctrine of vicarious atonement: (1) Substitutionary punishment is incoherent; (2) Substitutionary punishment is unjust; and (3) Substitutionary punishment is unsatisfactory. In this talk, William Lane Craig will examine these three

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Lecture: “Did the Demons Do It? Jesus, Satan, and the Problem of Suffering” from Michael Lloyd

A LECTURE_LABEL from the series "LTL Lecture Series Academic Year 2021-2022." Why suffering occurs in a world created by a loving God remains one of the most wrestled- with questions in human thought. Does God send suffering to educate, correct or deepen us? Does suffering bring out human qualities that

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