Resources by Zach Breitenbach:
Zach Breitenbach Zach Breitenbach (MA, MBA, PhD) is the Assistant Director of Room For Doubt, an apologetics initiative administered through Lincoln Christian University. He is also an adjunct professor at LCU in courses related to theology, apologetics, and worldview. Room For Doubt seeks to encourage questions, address doubts, and strengthen Christian faith. Zach's special interests and publications focus on theology, apologetics, and ethics. He is also a sports fan and a former college wrestler.
How Confident Can We Be of Jesus’ Resurrection? How can we be confident that Jesus rose from the dead? Let us briefly identify four key historical facts that most scholars (whether liberal or conservative) accept about Jesus and then make the case that the best way to account for those facts is that God raised Jesus from the dead. The first point is that Jesus was... Zach Breitenbach
Why Pray if God Already Knows What He’s Going to Do? *Editor’s Note: Room for Doubt (R4D) specializes in answering tough questions people have about their faith. The following article was written in response to a question submitted to R4D’s website. Come check out R4D’s booth at the Renew Gathering on November 6. This question raises a significant point that many may believe: If God has... Zach Breitenbach
Could the Disciples Have Been Hallucinating When They Saw the Risen Jesus? Renew partner Zach Breitenbach recently published an article in the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society called “A New Argument that Collective Hallucinations Do Not Adequately Account for the Group Appearances of Jesus in the Gospels.” Recently, I was able to interview Zach about his new argument against the theory that the post-resurrection appearances were...