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10 Facts about Jesus’ Resurrection You Need to Know — Beautiful Christian Life

If Jesus wasn’t raised from the grave, then Christianity isn’t true. Here are 10 facts everyone needs to know about the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

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In the last decade, a slew of Narnia movies were released in theaters, and though C. S. Lewis has been gone more than 50 years, his books are still as popular as ever. He’s the famous atheist-turned-Christian, but what exactly did he believe, and what did he contribute to Christianity? Here’s your crash course on the life and accomplishments of C. S. Lewis—and why he still matters today.


I am often asked, "how did you get into apologetics?" For some believers, they'll get interested in apologetics because of a crisis of faith. ...

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"It saddens me that so many Christians seem to be running away from a straightforward understanding of the Scriptures when the evidence for…biblical creation is stronger than it's ever been." Dr. Jake Hebert Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/8PrF-mPltBo #Apologetics
Bestselling author and international speaker, Mark Mittelberg, serves as executive director of the Lee Strobel Center for Evangelism and Applied Apologetics at Colorado Christian University. In this podcast episode, Mark shares his ministry journey with Shane and Paul and talks about vital evangelistic principles and strategies ministries can incorporate to reach and disciple the next generation with the gospel. #podcast
Eric Liddell was one of the most famous athletes of the 20th century and perhaps the greatest that Scotland ever produced. An international rugby player, Olympic champion, and world-record-holding sprinter, the “Flying Scotsman” was also a man of deep Christian faith and conviction—a story captured so beautifully in the 1981 Oscar-winning film Chariots of Fire.