Br Hashim & Br Paul discuss Bibles with a ex-Christian!!
Gabriel Reynolds should really know better than make cheap polemical points about the Qur’an. Especially when his own Bible says something very similar. He is Professor of Islamic Studies and Theology, University of Notre Dame.
In this long article the author demonstrates with many evidences from Calvin’s own writings that he recognised that the Bible contains ‘intentional and unintentional misquotations, technical inaccuracies, historical errors, scientific errors, cultural accommodations and even theological errors’! Contemporary followers of Calvin… Read More ›
Obviously someone end up missing the whole point of prophet Abraham (peace be upon him) story completely…
by Kermit Zarley Many Christians, mostly Evangelicals, speak of “the claims of Christ.” They usually mean that Jesus claimed things about his identity that are recorded in the New Testament (NT). These people, called “traditionalists,” assert that the greatest claim… Read More ›
This event begins at 7 PM EST (Toronto, NY, Atlanta), which will be at 12 AM GMT tonight for those in the UK. The live-streaming link can be found below: Thanks to Mr. Nick Hill of Toronto for providing the… Read More ›
Lizzie is asked questions by Paul that seems to be difficult for her to address, the talk falls apart when she refuses to address even one of Paul’s quite simple questions.
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.
Have you read this new book? A refreshing take on biblical hermeneutics today by a top Yale scholar. Much food for thought.
He argues for an anti-foundationalist postmodern hermeneutic but still professes belief in the orthodox Christological creeds. He wants to have his cake and eat it too. But he’s an astute NT scholar & the book contains many insightful comments on… 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 ›
The genocide of Muslims is taking place in the very country he is visiting. The BBC reports he fails to mention this or condemn it. And he calls himself champion of humanity. All words. Pope Francis also met Myanmar’s de… Read More ›