Category Archive: Historical Method Series

Sep 30

Historical Method: Tell me what is probable.


This is my second post in a series on the historical method. In my first post, I rejected the claim that skeptics are committed to a double standard for having a bias against magical claims. The reason for this has to do with probability, which will be a recurring theme in this series. This post …

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Sep 09

Historical Method: Are skeptics committed to a double standard?

I am Beowulf!

This is my first post in a planned series on the Historical Method. I will discuss general topics and areas of tension between conservative biblical scholars and skeptics. This series will include discussions of authorship, dating, and general reliability. My focus in this first post is the question of whether either group—the skeptic or the …

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