Did you know Buddha didn’t believe in God? Or that Hinduism’s chief character likely never existed? How about that a leading Islam apologist agreed Muhammed was 600 years too late to be credible on Jesus’ death? And what do we make of the 1,000 year range in which Zoroaster may have been born?
All good questions, especially when compared with the historical evidence for the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, according to scholars Gary Habermas and Benjamin C.F. Shaw, writing in the latest edition of Southern Equip:
“It is far from surprising that world religious adherents typically claim that their faith is unique in several regards. Christians are no different here. These are quite natural assertions, as everyone wants to believe that something so crucial to them is both different and well as exceptional.
“But Christians often go further. They claim frequently that they actually have evidence that their faith is different from all the others.” Go here for the rest of an article that may be quite eye-opening.