Dr. Gary R. Habermas
Books by Dr. Habermas

The Uniqueness of Jesus Christ among the Major World Religions

The Place of Comparison, Truth, and Evidence in Religion

David Hume and the Cancelation of Religious Dogma

The Double Standards in Researching Miracles-Claims

Six Areas Indicating Jesus’ Uniqueness

1. Jesus Claimed to be Deity

2. Jesus Himself as the Path to Salvation, page

3. Jesus Performed Miracles in the Early Sources

4. Jesus’ Death for Salvation

5. The Place of Real Pain and Suffering

6. The Bodily Resurrection of Jesus

Other Potentially Unique Areas in Jesus Christ’s Teachings

Conclusion: The Uniqueness of Jesus’ Central Message

Further Resources

Evidence for the Historical Jesus


1. What does Mainstream Scholarship Think about the Conclusions of the Jesus Seminar?

2. Is it Credible to Think of Jesus as Deity; that the Resurrection of Jesus Actually Happened?

3. Did Jesus ever Consider himself to be Deity? Did Jesus Designate Himself as the Son of Man or the Son of God?

4. Is there a Strong Historical Basis for Believing that Jesus Rose from the Dead?

5. Twelve Historical Facts that Present a Solid Foundational Basis for Believing that Jesus Lived, Claimed to be Deity, Died on a Cross, and Rose Again.

6. One of the Most Controversial Facts of Jesus’ Life -- His Appearing to His Disciples after His Death.

About Prof Gary Habermas

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Publication Permission Requests

Dealing With Doubt


1. Introduction: Some Crucial Groundwork

2. Identifying Doubt

3. Factual Doubt

4. Emotional Doubt

5. Volitional Doubt

6. When God Does Not Answer

7. Jesus As A Living Person

8. The Testimony of the Holy Spirit

9. Heaven: A New Perspective on Life

10. Conclusion

Appendix: Developmental Theory and Doubt (by Ronald T. Habermas)

The Thomas Factor: Using Your Doubts to Draw Closer to God

1. Both Believers and Unbelievers

2. Common Myths

3. Two Species of Doubt

4. Emotional Doubt: What If ... ?

5. A Solid Foundation

6. Mapping a Specific Strategy

7. Additional Suggestions

8. Practice! Practice! Practice!

9. Living with Questions

10. Negative and Positive Consequences

11. Select Bibliography

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