Militant missionary Tony Costa sheepishly agrees in a blunt one word answer that in his religion (Trinitarianism) Jesus ordered the killing of babies and children. The appalling genocide is commanded in 1 Samuel 15: “Go, attack the Amalekites and totally… Read More ›
It seems that the very meaning of Christmas (that “God could suffer and die”) is radically contradicted by the Bible itself. My question therefore to Christians: should we believe you or the teaching of 1 Timothy 6: 15-16?
This is very interesting. Craig L. Blomberg is an American New Testament scholar at the evangelical Denver Seminary in Colorado and he is explicitly motivated in his work as a conservative Evangelical to defend the inerrancy of the Bible (if… Read More ›
Photo courtesy Mathieu Jarry – https://www.flickr.com/photos/impactmatt/502363271 Does ‘religious experience’ derive from God? Often Christians will say they are such because they have personally encountered Christ, and this is why they are Christians. Muslims will often dismiss this as subjective experience, and claim that these… Read More ›
Here we discuss the nature of the resurrection appears of Jesus to the disciples. Sound starts at 0:28
Another snippet from my marathon debate yesterday at Speakers’ Corner and before anyone complains (as they have done) that I’m preying on Christians who don’t know their faith, Josh is doing a PhD in Christian theology.