Beginning with Hugo Grotius in 1622, dozens of lawyers have published books in which they supposedly use legal standards of evidence to prove Jesus rose from the dead – something most Christians believe as a matter of faith.

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Biblical inerrancy – The silent lie

      Judge Frank M. Coffin, former Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, wrote, “The most telling discovery a judge can make is that a brief has neglected to deal with an issue.”[1]  Judge Coffin understood that people who have no intelligent response to an argument will […]…Continue reading


Biblical inerrancy – Crabtree’s Bludgeon

    In a previous post, Biblical Inerrancy – Fixed Ideas and Occam’s Razor, I gave my two cents about how belief in biblical inerrancy requires evangelical Christians to explain away hundreds of errors and contradictions in the Bible. Evangelicals must ignore Occam’s razor and instead employ its polar opposite – Crabtree’s Bludgeon. Crabtree’s Bludgeon […]…Continue reading