Author Archives: robbowman

Lydia McGrew on Credentials and New Testament Scholarship

Lydia McGrew is a scholar trained in the study of literature (her Ph.D. was in English literature), an accomplished author of peer-reviewed publications in philosophy (including epistemology and philosophy of religion) including some directly relevant to Gospel scholarship, and recently … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Studies, Christian apologists, Jesus and Christology | Tagged , , , , | 15 Comments

Looking for a Low Christology in the Gospel of John: A Review Article

Kim, Yung Suk. Truth, Testimony, and Transformation: A New Reading of the “I Am” Sayings of Jesus in the Fourth Gospel. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2014.   Yung Suk Kim is Associate Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Studies, Jesus and Christology | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Did Jesus Exist before He Was Born?

Critics of the Trinitarian view of Jesus Christ as God incarnate sometimes argue that Jesus could not have existed before he was born. They point out that Jesus received his name “Jesus” when he was born (Matt. 1:21, 25; Luke … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Studies, Jesus and Christology, Oneness, Uncategorized, Unitarianism | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments

8 Answers to Why Nabeel Qureshi Was Not Healed: Nabeel Qureshi and Healing, Part 10

Part 1 of this series, “A Failed Experiment,” provides the necessary background and explains my purpose in critiquing the late Nabeel Qureshi’s views on healing.   In this series, I have presented eight reasons why we should not expect God … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Studies | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Communal Faith and Healing: Nabeel Qureshi and Healing, Part 9

Part 1 of this series, “A Failed Experiment,” provides the necessary background and explains my purpose in critiquing the late Nabeel Qureshi’s views on healing.   A key idea in Nabeel Qureshi’s thinking about miraculous healing was that such healing … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Studies | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Faith and Healing in Jesus’ Ministry: Nabeel Qureshi and Healing, Part 8

Part 1 of this series, “A Failed Experiment,” provides the necessary background and explains my purpose in critiquing the late Nabeel Qureshi’s views on healing.   In at least three of Nabeel Qureshi’s vlogs, he spent some time commenting on … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Studies | Tagged , , , , | 7 Comments

The Resurrection of Lazarus and the Christian Hope: Nabeel Qureshi and Healing, Part 7

Part 1 of this series, “A Failed Experiment,” provides the necessary background and explains my purpose in critiquing the late Nabeel Qureshi’s views on healing.   In one of Nabeel Qureshi’s vlogs (#28), he spent considerable time reflecting on Martha’s … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Studies | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Jesus’ Healings as Types of Salvation: Nabeel Qureshi and Healing, Part 6

Part 1 of this series, “A Failed Experiment,” provides the necessary background and explains my purpose in critiquing the late Nabeel Qureshi’s views on healing.   In one of his YouTube vlogs (#15), Nabeel Qureshi cited Matthew 8:17 in support … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Studies | Tagged , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Glorifying God through Healing: Nabeel Qureshi and Healing, Part 5

Part 1 of this series, “A Failed Experiment,” provides the necessary background and explains my purpose in critiquing the late Nabeel Qureshi’s views on healing.   One of the reasons Nabeel Qureshi gave for thinking that it would be God’s … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Studies | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

If Jesus Healed Everyone Then, Why Not Now? Nabeel Qureshi and Healing, Part 4

Part 1 of this series, “A Failed Experiment,” provides the necessary background and explains my purpose in critiquing the late Nabeel Qureshi’s views on healing.   Perhaps Nabeel Qureshi’s main argument for thinking that it is always God’s will for … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Studies, Jesus and Christology | Tagged , , , , , | 3 Comments