- adj. Alternative capitalization of extra-Biblical
“Since they are documented in the most important extra-biblical source -- Egypt -- the evidence is strong that these cities indeed existed at the time of the Exodus.”
“To begin with, it would be worthwhile to index in a user-friendly way online discussions of the translation of biblical and extra-biblical passages in ancient Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek.”
“Evangelicals love to attack Mormons for relying on extra-biblical sources for their beliefs, but mainstream Christianity relies ENTIRELY on the Nicene Creed for its trinitarian conception of Jesus and God.”
““Certain that God has not left Himself without a witness, even in America, they have uncovered extra-biblical evidence of Jesus-in ancient manuscripts, personal visions, and the disembodied voices of spirits of the dead.””
“You seem incredulous that God might have ceased giving new, extra-biblical revelation.”
“If you had to assign percentages to these extra-biblical sources as opposed to biblical sources for the "historical fact" of Jesus' life, it would be like this:”
““You countered with the argument that Pliny, Seutonius, Josephus, Tacitus, and Lucian are all cases of extra-biblical evidence for Jesus' divinity and his supernatural acts.””
“So I maintain what I started with - you can claim the bible is "historical fact" based on a faith presupposition, but there is no way to maintain such a claim with any evidence whatsoever based on any real, extra-biblical historical matter.”
“The claim that YOU and CRAIG are making is that the Jesus of the Bible is historical fact, and these extra-biblical sources only help to further PROVE that is so.”
“I'm tired of talking about this with you, but I want to point out that your "probe ministries" source for extra-biblical historical accounts of Jesus is ridiculous.”
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