New Addition to Our Ongoing Series on Theological Variety. The Different Views on Sanctification.
The Skeptical Believer
Skepticism is a way of life - an approach to claims, nto a claim itself - and is fully compatible with a life of faith!
Lost Gospels: A Closer Look
Were the "lost Gospels" lost for good reason, or are we missing the bigger picture because they were suppressed by orthodoxy and church politics?
The Case for Divinity Part 2: The Claims
A common misconception about Jesus is that he never claimed to be God. Many who deny his divinity love to point this out. It is true, he never actually said the words “I am God,” but what he didn’t say is not as important as what he did say. And there are times where what... Continue Reading →
Back in Context – Is Faith Really Blind?
What does the Bible have to say about "blind faith"? Not as much as you thought...
The Gospel of John
Our final gospel to discuss is John's. Was it written by John? Could John even write? Where all those parts about Jesus being God added later? We're glad you asked. Let's start by looking inside the Bible for clues. Internal Evidence that John wrote, oversaw or authorized the Gospel with his name: No anonymous manuscripts... Continue Reading →
I am Second
Jim Munroe: a Christian and an illusionist. At 29 he was diagnosed with a rare leukemia, his immune system attacking his own body. This remarkable testimony tells how he found faith, survived leukemia, and the stunning parallels he discovered between God rescuing him physically and God rescuing us spiritually. To defeat leukemia, he was emptied... Continue Reading →
The Gospel Truth: Mark & Luke
A follow up on our discussion about the likelihood of Matthew being the original author of the Gospel bearing his name - or at least being intimately involved with the work that brought that book together ( The Case for Matthew ). Let's look at the shortest Gospel, Mark - and the longest Gospel, Luke. The... Continue Reading →
The Case for Matthew
We mentioned in a previous post that biblical scholarship is increasingly returning to the position that the Gospels were written by eyewitnesses (Who Wrote the Gospels?) with the intent to convey history, not folklore (Gospels: History or Folklore?). Here's a couple details of why Matthew seems very likely to have been written by the tax... Continue Reading →
Gospels: History or Folklore?
Did the Gospel writers intend to record history or are these books really just folklore and legend?