A superb educational lecture by a top New Testament scholar. It mentions many things most Christians do not know about the real historical Jesus and the early church.
Last month I published a paper on how the very first words in the New Testament evolved over time. It was entitled, “The Inscriptio of the Gospel Attributed to Matthew.” Today we have produced a 2 minute video that simplifies… Read More ›
NOTE In this post, I’m addressing reverend CJ Davis of St Nicholas Church in Tooting despite there being no traceable link between the anti-Islam group, DCCI Ministries, and CJ. Hopefully it will be of edifying value to his congregants involved… Read More ›
This is a fact of history, often obscured, unfortunately, by apologists. 28th November 2017 by KERMIT ZARLEY Nearly all Christians are Trinitarians because that is what their churches teach them. It was the same with me. What is the doctrine of… Read More ›
Innocent Bible quotes like this one by Mike Licona when examined more closely can lead to a crisis of faith and cause some to leave conservative Christianity altogether. That’s precisely what happened to me. Here is Licona’s verse (verse… Read More ›
For many Christians the authorial identity behind the first Gospel (as per the Augustinian order), commonly attributed to Matthew usually appears to be a matter of little or no concern. This is in part due to the inscriptio of the… Read More ›
I expose the pseudo-Christian polemics of missionaries Lizzie and Jay Smith at Speakers’ Corner. They never recovered from this refutation. Now at all costs they avoid talking about the Bible.
Michael Ramsey (1904 – 1988) was the 100th Archbishop of Canterbury. He was appointed on 31 May 1961 and held the office until 1974, having previously been the Bishop of Durham and the Archbishop of York. He was known as… Read More ›
I invited Bob to discuss the death and resurrection of Jesus in the New Testament.
Filmed yesterday in London
This was filmed yesterday at Speakers’ Corner in London. I invite Christians to debate me on the New Testament claim that Jesus of Nazareth died and rose again from the dead on the third day. See what happened…
In the Jesus said… post below patrobin makes some very astute points and asks three very good questions. So good in fact that I want to make a separate post for them. Enjoy..