Jesus who?

If you have never seen this before some of you may enjoy the read and I consider it raises some interesting questions. Pliny the Younger’s Letter to Trajan concerning how to deal with Christians. It is my practice, my lord, to refer to you all matters concerning which I am in doubt. For who can better … More Jesus who?

Oh, for gods’ sake!

Over at the Weeflea ….. On a recent post about the failings of evangelical Christianity the Good Pastor was asked by one commenter by the name of Tim: I am curious David. Could you possibly summarise the problems the mistakes made by the Western church regarding evangelism? To which he offered a number of reasons, … More Oh, for gods’ sake!

Christian blogging.

As a reader and regularly banned peruser of  Christian blogs there is a trend that I noticed a while back, namely, the vast majority of Christian blogs I have come across generally attract so few comments that, if it weren’t for the atheists that visited their traffic would dwindle to well nigh zero. Regular readers … More Christian blogging.

Christian Nobs of the Day

David Robinson Retweeted. Gray Connolly I agree with  @firstthingsmag on keeping churches open. For Catholics esp, a local church is not solely your house of worship but where all manner of people rich/poor & young/old come together & where people in need can get help without forms & bureaucracy   Ark

Oh, for gods’ sake! ”He’s making it up as he goes along”

Here’s an interesting article … Everyone’s Favorite Gospel Is a Forgery   And a few snippets.   …new research, which claims that the Gospel of John is an ancient forgery, is poised to overturn much of what we know about everyone’s favorite biography of Jesus. A provocative and well-argued article published this week in the Journal … More Oh, for gods’ sake! ”He’s making it up as he goes along”