Every day I engage with many atheists regarding the evidence that proves the New Testament is a reliable record of eyewitness accounts for Jesus. Often these individuals boast about their superior knowledge and sometimes, they challenge me to a public debate.
The purpose in atheists demanding a debate through social media video sources, is so that they might make of show of themselves, and be seen. These individuals do not have the ability to conduct an actual substantive debate, so they choose a venue where they might scoff at the truths of the Bible and be admired by other atheists.
The way to eliminate the scoffer and determine whether or not they actually have the ability to defeat the evidence presented by the New Testament, is to require the atheist to write an impeachment of the evidence presented by the Bible, and expose their lack of knowledge.
Yesterday an person known as, “InfiDale3476,” on Twitter, challenged me to a public debate regarding my statements that there is no evidence to refute the eyewitness testimony of the men who wrote the New Testament. I directed Dale to an essay I published this year in which I list the 203 eyewitness statements presented to us by the writers of the New Testament, and to write an impeachment of this essay.
Dale refused, and mocked me as unwilling to meet his challenge for a video debate. When I stated that this is a common response from atheists without the skill to write an argument and impeach the eyewitness debate, I was summarily blocked on Twitter.
The following is the discussion that ensued on Twitter, and what led to the eventual withdrawal of Dale from the debate:
Dale’s final response was to block me and refuse to take up my challenge. This is the common response of atheists when they are confronted to prove their assertions that the New Testament is not true. Because there is no evidence anywhere the writers lied who say Jesus is God and performed miracles that validate His claim, it is not possible to impeach their eyewitness testimony.
On Dale’s Twitter feed, He also stated that the Pentateuch, the first five books of the Bible, are lying about Moses and the Exodus. Dale said that Moses never existed and the Exodus never happened. When I presented Dale with my recently published book: “Proving The Pentateuch,” and challenged Dale to disprove the evidence in this book that refutes his assertions that Moses never existed and the Exodus is a hoax, he also refused.
You can see, “Proving The Pentateuch: Impeaching The Documentary Hypothesis,” at Amazon
The Facts of the New Testament Cannot Be Impeached by Anyone:
- The writers of the New Testament state, 203 times, they are eyewitnesses and saw the things they are writing:
- The New Testament was written by men who saw and heard Jesus
- The Synoptic Gospels were written by 44 AD
- The New Testament meets every requirement for valid historical events.
- The eyewitness testimony for Jesus in the New Testament, meets the legal standard for valid and truthful testimony.
See The 21 Primary Arguments Presented By Atheists Against The New Testament: “New Testament Apologetics”
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