Nearly all Christians believe Jesus was and is God. That is what the institutional church has always taught. Christians professedly rely strongly on the Bible for this belief. Yet there is not a single Bible verse which states unequivocally, “Jesus… Read More ›
This is an important discussion because it shows you what can happen when you look beyond low-level internet Christian Islamophobes – a clear-minded dialogue with one of the most prominent Christians in the world today. There are a great number… Read More ›
Brother Paul Williams berdebat dengan seorang Missionari Kristian mengenai bukti Triniti di dalam Bible.
Did Jesus go around Galilee and Judaea saying things like “before Abraham was born, I AM?” Did he say “I am the way, and the truth, and the life”? And what about all the other exulted I AM claims made… Read More ›
Someone came to Jesus with this question: “Teacher, what good deed must I do to have eternal life?” 17 “Why ask me about what is good?” Jesus replied. “There is only One who is good. But to answer your question—if you want to receive… Read More ›
Luke and Matthew know nothing of Jesus’ pre-existence or his divine incarnation. In fact both gospels suggest the son of God was *created* in the womb of Mary.
Here are quotations from three eminent Christian scholars – all personally believers in the Trinity – but honest enough to put the facts of the gospels before dogma. They are agreed that the gospels of Luke and Matthew know nothing… Read More ›
by Paul Martin July 12, 2017 Can Muslims know God? Can atheists? Jews? Are only “born again” Christians part of the Body of Christ? Recently on Facebook, I got into this not so cozy little conversation on these questions. My… Read More ›
The classic example of eisegesis is found in the gospel of Paul in his letter 1 Corinthians 15: Yet there is certainly absolutely NOTHING about a suffering and dying Messiah in the Jewish Bible (Paul’s Scriptures). It is an innovation… Read More ›
Interesting. Bart = Professor Bart Ehrman, American NT scholar.
In a tweet today Dr Michael Bird innocently lets slip a truth about Christian worship I have often discussed in conversations with Christians, namely that they worship a man, a created being. Christians usually (and illogically) deny they do this… Read More ›
Professor Amy-Jill Levine (a prominent NT scholar) gives her thoughts on Jesus and women, beginning with one question, “Was Jesus egalitarian?”
[Nota Bene: I hope (time permitting and God willing) to do a series of entries for this blog on the subject of the plausibility of Christian doctrine in light of “natural revelation” (i.e. what can be inferred from observing creation)…. Read More ›
Jason Thomas starts with the idea of the Holy Ghost in Islam and Paul Williams compares Dante’s Divine Comedy with the early Church understanding of hell/purgatory and then contrasts this with the Islamic variant!
This video helps showcase the apostolic belief in the human Jesus and his God.