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Michael Licona, PhDMichael Licona, PhD

Associate Professor in Theology, Houston Baptist University

Michael Licona has a Ph.D. in New Testament Studies (University of Pretoria) and is Associate Professor in Theology at Houston Baptist University. He was interviewed by Lee Strobel in The Case for the Real Jesus and appeared in Strobel’s video The Case for Christ. He has engaged in public debate on Jesus’ resurrection with Bart Ehrman, Elaine Pagels, and numerous others. Mike is the author of The Resurrection of Jesus: A New Historiographical Approach (IVP Academic, 2010), Paul Meets Muhammad (Baker, 2006), co-author with Gary Habermas of the award-winning book The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus (Kregel, 2004) and co-editor with William Dembski of Evidence for God: 50 Arguments for Faith from the Bible, History, Science and Philosophy (Baker, 2010).

Available Lectures by Michael Licona

  • 111117_MP21 Are There Contradictions in the Gospels Are There Contradictions in the Gospels
    Format:Downloadable mp3
  • 091119_MP15 Fish Tales: Bart Ehrman's Red Herrings & the Resurrection of Jesus Fish Tales: Bart Ehrman's Red Herrings & the Resurrection of Jesus
    Format:Downloadable mp3
  • EP1524 Is Jesus the Only Way? Is Jesus the Only Way?
    Format:Downloadable mp3
  • 121116_MP05 The A, B, Cs…Ds… & Es of Defending the Gospels The A, B, Cs…Ds… & Es of Defending the Gospels
    Format:Downloadable mp3
  • 061115_MP12 The Historian and the Resurrection of Jesus The Historian and the Resurrection of Jesus
    Format:Downloadable mp3
  • 101117_MP16 Were The Earliest Reports of Jesus' Resurrection Based on Visions? Were The Earliest Reports of Jesus' Resurrection Based on Visions?
    Format:Downloadable mp3
  • 111117_CD21 Are There Contradictions in the Gospels Are There Contradictions in the Gospels
    Format:CD

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