Mark D. Roberts always does an excellent job explaining to the average guy deep Christian thoughts, theology and practice with his blog. This series about trusting the accuracy of the gospels is no exception and a must read, I think. Often, people use “oral tradition” arguments to poke holes in […]
You must read Lo-Fi Tribe blog, anyway. But, the post today Working Out Your Salvation With 10,000 Friends is a must read. The changing climate that the emerging church comes of age in really stumps me but Shawn Anthony nails some of this right on the head. Check it out!
There has been some good articles of note about the Gospel of Judas. Here is what I have been looking at. John Mark Reynolds says in his post The Gospel of Judas or Hugh Hewitt is a Democrat Operative! Bluntly, orthodox Christianity had no profound reason to lie about Judas. […]
There is an interesting story going around the Internet this week about a man in Italy who is suing a priest over the whether Jesus was a historical figure. There will be a trial. In this post-Christian western society we are a part of, it is clear that we one […]
Here I go with my first post to add to the blogosphere buzz about the new film, Narnia. A newly discovered letter was reported in the Sunday Times of Britain quoting Lewis: “The whole Narnia story is about Christ.” This letter seems to be authenticated. Read more in this article […]
In the Washington Post today there is an article about a fragment found in a dig of the ancient Philistine city of Gath. It seems that our confidence in how the Bible is a historical document is well placed. Although the Bible is not a historical or scientific book, one […]
Mark D. Roberts has an excellent blog that I have read from time to time this past year. The Jesus Seminar article today perked my interest since I remember one of my theology professors in San Jose (San Jose Christian College which is now William Jessup University) debated these guys […]