Paul Larson is the founder of Credible Faith. More information about Paul can be found by going to the biographical information page about Paul on this site.

Lydia McGrew is a wife, homemaker (household manager), mother, and in the past, a home schooler. Her husband is Timothy McGrew, full professor in the Department of Philosophy at Western Michigan University. Professionally, Lydia is an analytic philosopher with a publication record that includes work in testimony, independence, and probability theory. She has published a number of important books in the field of Biblical studies, including Hidden in Plain View: Undesigned Coincidences in the Gospels and Acts (2017), The Mirror or the Mask: Liberating the Gospels from Literary Devices (2019), and The Eye of the Beholder: The Gospel of John as Historical Reportage (2021).

Born in 1794, John James Blunt was an English Anglican priest. He was educated at Cambridge and is most well known for his work Undesigned Coincidences in the Writings both of the Old and New Testaments. More of his work was published after his death, including his History of the ristian Church during the First Three Centuries and his lecture material On the Right Use of the Early Fathers.

Frank Boreham, born in 1871, trained in Charles Spurgeon's Pastor's College and then accepted a ministry position at Mosgiel Church in New Zealand. He later pastored in Tasmania and then on mainland Australia. He is known for his prolific output of essays. Much of his work is marked by masterful prose and insightful observants, often drawing on nature or common experience to draw out or make a point. Boreham died in May 1959.

Charles Spurgeon was a highly influential English Baptist preacher often called the 'Prince of Preachers'. Born in 1834, he was converted as a teenager, and within not too much more than a year, preached his first sermon. Spurgeon was called to the pastorate of Lond's New Partk Street Chapel before turning twenty years old, and thereafter had many years of impactful ministry. Spurgeon regularly preached to thousands and is known for his voluminous sermon material that has been left behind. Spurgeon died in January 1892.

William Paley was an English clergyman, Christian apologist, and philosopher. His works include The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy (1785), Horae Paulinae; or, the Truth of the Scripture History of St. Paul Evinced, by a Comparison of the Epistles Which Bear His Name with the Acts of the Apostles, and with One Another (1790), A View of the Evidences of Christianity (1794), and Natural Theology: or, Evidences of the Existence and Attributes of the Deity, Collected from the Appearances of Nature(1802). Paley was born in July 1743 and died May 25, 1805.

Dr. Walter Schultz has taught philosophy courses at University of Northwestern from 2004 through at least the end of 2020, and holds a PhD and M. A. in Philosophy from the University of Minnesota, and B. A. in Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Dr. Schultz taught at three different colleges before coming to Northwestern. He has been published in various journals, including Jonathan Edwards Studies, International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, Philosophia Christi, The Journal of Science and Religion, and Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. His published books include Jonathan Edwards' Concerning the End for Which God Created the World: Exposition, Analysis, and Philosophical Implications and The Moral Conditions of Economic Efficiency.

Dr. Schultz's favorite course was the Seminar on Jonathan Edwards. Edwards influenced Dr. Schultz deeply and he has deliberately attempted to conceptually connect his research to biblical theology, especially the fundamental idea that what gives the world and the Bible its unity is that God is acting progressively according to His plan for His purposes. Dr. Schultz thoroughly enjoy teaching and discussing things with his students.

...PROVIDING A CREDIBLE DEFENSE OF BIBLICAL CHRISTIANITY IN THE PUBLIC SQUARE

...FOLLOWING THE EVIDENCE WHEREVER IT LEADS

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Three Reasons Why There Is No Justified Belief in Atheism

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Did David Hume Prove That Miracles Are Impossible or Do Not Happen?

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Is Belief in Miracles and Christianity Unjustified If It Is Not Scientific?

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Who Are We to Judge? Is It Wrong to Judge the Religious Beliefs of Others?

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Walter Schultz on Jonathan Edwards' Work Concerning the End for Which God Created the World (Part 4): Edwards' Anti-Platonism, Panentheism, Occasionalism, and Continuous Creationism

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Walter Schultz on Jonathan Edwards' Work Concerning the End for Which God Created the World (Part 3): Edwards' Idealism, Emanationism, and Dispositionalism, and the Dionysian Problem of Goodness

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Walter Schultz on Jonathan Edwards' Work Concerning the End for Which God Created the World (Part 2): What God's Ultimate End Had to Be

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Walter Schultz on Jonathan Edwards' Work Concerning the End for Which God Created the World (Part 1): Walter's biography and the three goals of Edwards' work

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Ink on Paper: How God Loves You and Others through Your Pain and Sorrow

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Lydia McGrew on Blaming the Losers, the Noble Sacrifice, and How to Think About Losses in the Culture Wars (Part 2 of 2)

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Lydia McGrew on Blaming the Losers, the Noble Sacrifice, and How to Think About Losses in the Culture Wars (Part 1 of 2)

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The Explanation of Jesus Why Eternal Torment In Hell Is Just

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How We Know Jesus Lived a Sinless Life and Why a God Who Wants to Save Sinners Must Permit Murder

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Work of J. J. Blunt, Undesigned Coincidences in the Writings of the Old and New Testament, Part 1: The Veracity of the Books of Moses, Part 1

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William Paley's A View of the Evidences of Christianity, Part 5: Preparatory Considerations, Part 3

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William Paley's A View of the Evidences of Christianity, Part 4: Preparatory Considerations, Part 2

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William Paley's A View of the Evidences of Christianity, Part 3: Preparatory Considerations, Part 1

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William Paley's Horae Paulinae, Part 2: Chapter 1, Part 2 - Exposition of the Argument

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William Paley's A View of the Evidences of Christianity, Part 2: Editorial Introduction, Part 2

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William Paley's Horae Paulinae, Part 1: Chapter 1, Part 1 - Exposition of the Argument

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William Paley's A View of the Evidences of Christianity, Part 1: Introductory Letter and Editorial Introduction, Part 1

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Charles Spurgeon's The Sluggard's Field, Part 2 of 2

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Charles Spurgeon's The Sluggard's Field, Part 1 of 2

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Frank Boreham's A Slice of Infinity

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Chapter One, 'The Big Question' of Douglas Axe's Book Undeniable: How Biology Confirms Our Intuition That Life Is Designed

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An Introduction to the Credible Faith Podcast, an Autobiography of Dr. Larson, and Some Thoughts on History and the Inspiraton of Scripture

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Learn About the Mission to Brazil

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An Introductory Letter from Paul About Credible Faith

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The Fancies of John and Mark

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Review of B. Ward Powers' The Progressive Publication of Matthew: An Explanation of the Writing of the Synoptic Gospels

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Some Autobiographical Reflections, Part 2

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Some Autobiographical Reflections, Part 1

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 16

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 15

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 14

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 13

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 12

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 11

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 10

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 9:2-50

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 8:1-9:1

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 7

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 6

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 5

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 4

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 3

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 2

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Gospel of Mark Chapter 1

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Bulbs, Breaches, and Bonne Nouvelle

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Review of Christopher Bryan's 'The Resurrection of the Messiah'

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Romans Chapter 16

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Romans Chapter 15

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Romans Chapter 14

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Romans Chapter 13

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Romans Chapter 12

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Romans Chapter 11

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Romans Chapter 10

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Romans Chapter 9

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Romans Chapter 8

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Romans Chapter 7

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Romans Chapter 6

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Romans Chapter 5

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Romans Chapter 4

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Romans Chapter 3

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Romans Chapter 2

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Romans Chapter 1

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Review of The Historical Jesus: Five Views

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The Tireless Trudge and the Caravan of Contentment

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Review of Grant Osborne's Matthew Commentary

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