Dr. Fernandes Interview on Tales of the Revolution

Dr. Fernandes shares his journey of faith in this long form audio interview. He goes into details about his life before coming to faith, the mistakes he made, and the pains he experienced. Afterward, Dr. Fernandes highlights how he finally came to faith and the early adventures he had.

New Q&A: Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus

Dr. Fernandes discusses some of the compelling reasons for believing the Resurrection of Jesus was an actual, historical event. Quoting such Christian researcher Gary Habermas and apologist William Lane Craig, Dr. Fernandes highlights his case using the changed lives of the Apostles and early church leaders.

More Q&A: The existence of God?

Evidence for the existence of God?

Dr. Fernandes gives a quick series of evidences for the existence of God. He does a great job of summarizing up several well known arguments (cosmological, teleological, etc) and looks at their implementations.

New Q&A from Dr. Fernandes

Could Jesus have chosen to sin?

In this latest Q&A video, Dr. Fernandes looks at the divine and human nature of Jesus. Could Jesus sin? What if He had sinned?

More Q&A with Dr. Fernandes

In line with the previous Q&A with Dr. Fernandes, these videos also confront questions often asked by a skeptical and curious public. The two questions asked here are more “popular” level questions for both new Christians and skeptics:

“How can you know the Holy Spirit is in you?”

“Is There Salvation for Fallen Angels?”

New Q&A with Dr. Fernandes

This previous July, Dr. Fernandes sat down for a question and answer session. He was asked a series of common “Bible College” questions. These are questions that almost all Christians at one point or another confront, often without a satisfactory conclusion. We hope these answers help.

The questions answered in this Q&A session include:

  • If God is good, why does evil exist?
  • If God is three persons, where is the body?
  • Is there a difference between belief and faith?
  • Calvinism or Arminianism?

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