Category Archives: Undesigned Coincidences

Reliability of the Gospels (Lecture Series) | Tim McGrew

Tim McGrew from the Library of Historical Apologetics has a famous series that I wanted to make available on my blog. Dr. McGrew is Professor of Philosophy at Western Michigan University, where he has taught since 1995. His areas of … Continue reading

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Undesigned Coincidences (resurrected by Dr. Tim McGrew in 2011)

I just updated two previous blog posts written in 2011 on Dr. McGrew‘s (Library of Historical Apologetics) (EPS author) undesigned coincidences (1, 2).  I added some talks he has given since then, and linked to some of his newer resources, … Continue reading

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Undesigned Coincidences in the Bible by Tim McGrew

(Last published 9/23/11. Added 4/10/13: Video.  Also see Audio Resources by Tim McGrew and Internal Evidence for the Gospels by Tim McGrew on Apologetics315.) A few months back I heard an April 24, 2011 radio interview on this topic, by fellow Christian Apologetics Alliance member Tim … Continue reading

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Undesigned Coincidences in the Gospels / McGrew

I first heard about these from Professor Tim McGrew: An undesigned coincidence happens when one part of the Bible is missing a detail that makes us ask a question, and another part of the Bible (a part authored by someone … Continue reading

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