There has been a trend of late where evangelical apologists are trying to normalize the use of textual criticism in their understanding of the New Testament. This however, leaves them in an untenable position trying to balance the divergence of… Read More ›
For folks to note, Prof. Richard Bauckham believes the Sermon on the Mount is not historical. Refreshing to know and obviously important for Christians who lean on him for their “early high Christology” arguments. [There was a Christian apologist who… Read More ›
Shalom, Salam This post is a continuation of my previous post where I said I was going to explain why according to the Jewish scriptures, Jesus does not meet the qualifications for being the long promised Messiah.
My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? These are supposedly the last words famously attributed to Jesus on the cross which is found only in Matthew and Mark gospels. I normally see this passage a highly problematic in relation to… Read More ›