How special are we? If we died today, not a thing would change on a global scale. But there's Good News.
Focusing on the false narrative that Jesus was rejected upon his arrival gives us a victim complex that makes us miss the whole point of Christmas. The Gospel is so much better than that.
Author credit: A fellow Rogue Millennial that wishes to remain anonymous My wife and I recently quit going to church… for good. Now before we get in to why, let’s talk about some things that are important to know: 1) I am a lesbian. 2) I am happily married to my wife for 8 years.... Continue Reading →
If we saw grace lived out in churches as often as we sang Amazing Grace, the Church would be an incredible place indeed.
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 →
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 →
Whether Catholic, Protestant, or Orthodox - Jewish, Muslim or Pagan - atheist or agnostic - you can learn something from this man!