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Daniel’s 7o Weeks Prophecy: Unavoidable and Specific Predictive Prophecy (“Chronological Aspects of the Life of Christ, part 6: Daniel’s Seventy Weeks and New Testament Chronology,” Harold Hoeher. Bibliotheca Sacra 132 [Jan-March 1975] 47-65; Dr. Hoehner has a Th. D. from Dallas Theological Seminary and a Ph. D. from Cambridge University).
The Coming Prince, Sir Robert Anderson: A detailed exposition of the prediction of the exact year of the coming of Christ in Daniel 9. Note that further research indicates that Anderson was one year off in his dating of Daniel 9; Hoehner’s study above corrects this mistake. Anderson’s calculations go from 445 B. C. to A. D. 32, while Hoehner correctly goes from 444 B. C. to A. D. 33.
Studies in the Book of Daniel, vol. 1, vol. 2, Robert Dick Wilson (Ph. D., Princeton Seminary)
Dissertations on the genuineness of Daniel and the integrity of Zechariah, E. W. Hengstenberg (Th. D., University of Berlin)
The Date of the Book of Daniel, Bruce K. Waltke (Th. D., Greek and New Testament, Dallas Theological Seminary; Ph. D., Ancient Near Eastern Languages and Literature, Harvard University)
Daniel the Prophet: Nine Lectures Delivered at Oxford’s Divinity School, Edward B. Pusey (D. D., Regius Professor of Hebrew, Oxford University).
Darius the Mede: A Reappraisal, by Steven Anderson (Ph. D., Dallas Theological Seminary)
The Ketef Hinnom Silver Scrolls: The Earliest Portions of the Old Testament and their Significance for the Authority of the Bible as God’s Word
Is the History of the Old Testament Accurate? Meredith G. Kline, (Ph. D. in Assyriology and Egyptology from Dropsie University)
Ancient Orient and Old Testament, Kenneth A. Kitchen (Personal and Brunner Professor Emeritus of Egyptology and Honorary Research Fellow at the School of Archaeology, Classics, and Oriental Studies, University of Liverpool, England)
Associates for Biblical Research: Validating the historical reliability of the Bible through archaeology and Biblical research
Men Who Converted to Christianity After Trying-and Failing-to Disprove the Bible, part 1 part 2 part 3
Answering Alleged Bible Contradictions and Difficulties (Note: While the book here is better than the webpage, the linked webpage is at least one of the best sources on this topic available for free online, although it is not perfect.)
The Skeptic’s Annotated Bible Answered (Not perfect, but many very good responses.)
Behind the MRI (Video): Dr. Raymond Damadian, the scientist who invented the MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) machine, gives his testimony about the evidence for creation vs. evolution
Biblical Catastrophism and Geology, Henry Morris
How Many Scientists Reject Darwinian Evolution?
The Institute for Creation Research–Scholarly Science favoring Biblical Creation and Opposing Evolution
Answers in Genesis
The Synoptic Gospels in the Ancient Church: the Priority of Matthew, Robert L. Thomas & F. David Farnell
Literary Dependence and Luke’s Prologue, Paul W. Felix
Discerning Synoptic Gospels: An Inductive Approach; a case for literary independence, Robert L. Thomas, part 1 part 2
Did New Testament Christianity Borrow from Mithraism?
Was the New Testament Influenced by Pagan Religions? Ronald Nash, Ph. D.
The Argument Against Miracles: Are Miracles Incredible, Without Credible Witnesses, Self-Cancelling, or Unscientific? The Claims of David Hume and other Skeptics Evaluated
A Critique of David Hume’s On Miracles, Tim Miller View PDF from the Maranatha Baptist Theological Journal 3:1 (Spring 2013) 17-66 (easier to read the footnotes)
Is the Bible the Sole Authority for Christian Faith and Practice?
Where are Catholic Teachings Found in the Bible?
Does the New Testament Support the Roman Catholic View of Communion in John 6?
Bible Truths for Seventh-Day Adventist (SDA) Friends
Truth from the Torah, Nevi’im, and Kethuvim (the Law, Prophets, and Writings) for Jews who Revere the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Israel
The “Jesus Only” Doctrine of God Examined: Is Jesus Christ the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit?
Pentecostal and Keswick Hermeneutics: Scripture Subordinated to Experience
William Branham: modalist Pentecostal leader, false teacher, and bogus healer
The Lake of Fire in the Book of Revelation: Eternal Torment or Annihilation/Soul-Sleep?
The Old Testament is Mainly Fiction, Not Fact. Affirmative: Dan Barker, President of the Freedom from Religion Foundation; Negative: Thomas Ross, Baptist scholar and professor
The Barker-Ross Debate #2: “Prophecy and Archaeology Validate the Bible as the Word of God”
A Transcript of Barker-Ross Debate #1, “The Old Testament is Mainly Fiction, Not Fact.”
Was Jesus a Myth? Affirmative: Dan Barker, President of the Freedom from Religion Foundation; Negative: Dr. James White, Baptist Apologist
Comments on the Barker-White debate, part 1 part 2
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