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    Festschrift of Gary Habermas
    May 21, 2021
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    William David Beck served for several years as the dean of Graduate Studies and served many more as a professor of philosophy at Liberty University. He is a scholar in medieval, ancient, and religious philosophy, publishing numerous articles on the cosmological argument. Beck received his Ph.D. from Boston University, and some of his written works include publications to Philosophia Christi, Christianity Today, and Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. Michael Licona received his Ph.D. in New Testament Studies from the University of Pretoria and is currently an associate professor of Theology at Houston Baptist University. He specializes in teaching courses on Jesus Resurrection, historical philosophy, and synopses of the Gospels. Some of his written works include The Resurrection of Jesus, Paul Meets Muhammed, and Why are there Differences in the Gospels? This book is not only written by Beck and Licona but includes publications from many significant theologians and apologists, some of which include William Lane Craig, David Baggett, Alex McFarland, and Mark Foreman. Many contributors work together to prove not only that resurrection from the dead is possible but historically likely. Other authors focus on related issues, such as the moral argument for Gods existence. The authors recommend this source for scholars, pastors, theologians, apologists, and any who seek assurance that Jesus did indeed conquer death.
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