Category:Christological arguments

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Christological arguments make the case that [[Christianity]] is the "one true religion" based on the Biblical record of Jesus. While some of these arguments attempt to build an empirical case to demonstrate the accuracy of the Bible's account of the life of Jesus ([[Josh McDowell]]'s book ''[[Evidence that demands a verdict]]'', for example), other arguments simply assume the historicity of Jesus and the accuracy of the Bible and build an argument based on the words and actions attributed to Jesus.
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Christological arguments make the case that [[Christianity]] is the "one true religion" based on the Biblical record of Jesus. While some of these arguments attempt to build an empirical case to demonstrate the accuracy of the Bible's account of the life of Jesus ([[Josh McDowell]]'s book ''[[Evidence That Demands a Verdict]]'', for example), other arguments simply assume the historicity of Jesus and the accuracy of the Bible and build an argument based on the words and actions attributed to Jesus.
 
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[[Category: Arguments for the existence of God]]

Revision as of 16:52, 16 August 2006

Christological arguments make the case that Christianity is the "one true religion" based on the Biblical record of Jesus. While some of these arguments attempt to build an empirical case to demonstrate the accuracy of the Bible's account of the life of Jesus (Josh McDowell's book Evidence That Demands a Verdict, for example), other arguments simply assume the historicity of Jesus and the accuracy of the Bible and build an argument based on the words and actions attributed to Jesus.

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