Learn how the Bible stands tall in the field of “historic” literature, how it continues to be relevant in an ever-changing world, and why it can be trusted.

Can We Trust the Bible?

By Dr. Dillon Burroughs | March 9, 2020

Critics argue we don’t have the original copies of the Bible’s manuscripts or even copies of the originals. How can we trust that the Bible we have today is accurate?…

How Early Are the Gospels?

By Dr. Dillon Burroughs | February 7, 2020

Critics argue we don’t have the original Gospels or even the copies of the Gospels. Therefore, they conclude, how can we trust what these writings say?

How Should Christians View Israel?

By Dr. Dillon Burroughs | December 18, 2019

Supporting Israel has often been a controversial view. Many Arab nations do not even accept Israel as a nation, Western nations often support Palestinians over Israel, while many simply do…

Turning the World Upside Down

By JA Show Staff | October 21, 2019

Acts 17 provides an insightful look at the impact of early Christians…

What is the Gospel?

By JA Show Staff | September 19, 2019

Okay, I’ll admit it. I grew up in a Christian home. No, far worse than that, I grew up as a missionary kid, spending my first 18 years with my…

Are the Creeds Important for Christians Today?

By JA Show Staff | August 16, 2019

We recently aired a short series with Dr. Gary Habermas regarding the creedal statements found in the New Testament. But why should we really care about those statements or about the creeds used in our churches today (e.g., the Apostles’ Creed, the Nicene Creed and others)?

When Did the Wise Men Visit Jesus?

By Dr. Dillon Burroughs | November 27, 2018

The biblical account of the wise men (also called “magi”) is found in Matthew 2. In the account, the wise men arrive in Jerusalem to ask where the “king of the Jews” had been born. It is clear Jesus had already been born by this time.

Was Judas Saved?

By Jeff Pallansch | November 15, 2018

Matthew 27:3-4 records, “Judas … was seized with remorse and returned the thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests and the elders. ‘I have sinned,’ he said, ‘for I have betrayed innocent blood.’” This verse has caused many to wonder: Does Judas’ remorse and confession of sin indicate that he was saved?

Who Was Melchizedek?

By Jeff Pallansch | November 2, 2018

In the Bible, Melchizedek is a mysterious figure. He is only mentioned twice in the Old Testament (Genesis 14:18-20 and Psalm 110:4) and in one section of the New Testament (Hebrews 5-7).

What Is Zion in the Bible?

By Jeff Pallansch | October 26, 2018

With the term “Zion” being popularized today in songs and movies, many wonder what it means. What is the significance of Zion in Scripture?