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Friday, April 19, 2024

Corbin Croy

Corbin Croy was born in Spokane and grew up in Post Falls. In 1998 he got married at the age of 18 and moved to Coeur d’Alene. Together they have four children, and try to live as simply and honestly as possible.

The Resurrection Series Part V – Resurrection Redux

I intend to make my final argument for the virtue of the spiritual resurrection by addressing this common sense approach to the resurrection.

Caves, Christianity, and Clarity

There is a growing movement in the evangelical form of Christianity, and it is being heralded by an up-and-coming theologian named Dr. Michael Brown. I have heard relatively little from this man, but I can tell you that his message packs a punch, and it is only a matter of time before this guy takes the place of other great Bible bashers like RC Sproul and Norman Geisler.

The Resurrection Series Part IV—Early Resurrection Belief

The point that many apologists make is that Jews may have disputed the resurrection, but they did not dispute whether or not it would be the old physical body being returned to a new form of existence. The early Church Fathers were not monolithic, and neither was early Jewish belief. The reasons why these distinctions and disputes existed represent the same kind of conflict that is going on even today.

The Resurrection Series Part III — The Monoliths of Faith

The biggest argument I hear against considering a spiritual resurrection is how marginalized it has been throughout the entire history of Christian theology, evangelism, and doctrine.

The Resurrection Series Part II–Where We Begin

It is prudent to begin with definitions and a general statement of my own position. So, I will do so now. I do not intend to argue for my position now, but I do not want to hide a bias that I may have in future dealings. As I critique the aforementioned arguments, it will be important to know beforehand where I actually stand on the issue.

The Resurrection Series: The Good Arguments

There is a significant reason why the topic of Jesus’ resurrection has become such a hot button issue in recent years. The Jesus Seminar is certainly a boiling point, but the JS is really just a culmination of a theological movement that for the most part organized Christianity has tried to suppress.

Eco-Theology and the New Missiology, part 2

According to the Bible, who was the first gardener? Believe it or not, it was God. God planted the Garden of Eden. He did not speak it into existence. The Bible says that he actually planted it!

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