Interview: Mike Licona

Scott Smith —  March 6, 2013 — Leave a comment

Leading up to Easter 2013, we have been looking at claims that oppose Christianity. Was Jesus a myth? Was he a real person? Did he claim to be God?

On March 7, we have a special treat. We will be spending the evening with Dr Mike Licona via Google+ Hangout looking at the resurrection hypothesis and related topics. The event will be streamed on this page.

Mike has a Ph.D. in New Testament Studies, and is a sought-after speaker. Mike is a member of the Evangelical Philosophical Society, the Institute for Biblical Research, and the Society of Biblical Literature. He is also associate professor in theology at Houston Baptist University and the president of Risen Jesus, Inc.

Mike is the author, co-author or editor of six books on various apologetic topics. Two of his books delve deep into the evidence surrounding the resurrection. Is it just a story, or do we have any solid reasons to believe it really happened? We will use this meeting to learn from Mike about what history has to tell us and what the scholars think. Mark your calendars, because this will be a good one. Bring your questions too – this will be a fantastic opportunity to get answers to those questions that have stumped you.

Join us Thursday, March 7, from 6:30-8:30
Room 7 at Church of the Living God, 1514 Birmley Rd.

We hope to see you there! Please share this invite on your FB wall, with your friends, and with your church to expand our reach. This is a community forum for all those interested in defending the claims of classical Christianity.



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Scott Smith is a lifelong Christian and an active member of his church. He enjoys blogging and teaching on Christian theology and defense as well as engaging skeptics in debate regarding Christian truth claims. Scott is a co-founder of Etcetera as well as TC Apologetics, and in his spare time he runs his own 3D design company.