In Part 2 I looked at David Robertson’s assertion that Jesus would have believed biblical characters and events such As Adam and Eve and Noah and the Flood because , according to Robertson, they are/were real people events. Robertson, as we know, is an evangelical and as Nan pointed out – ”As for the “real … More Was Jesus a Christian- Part 3
The Torah was written with the coming (of) Christ in mind. Jesus did accept Adam and Eve, Noah, Babel, Moses and Exodus – *which were all real events. David Robertson As a follow up to the previous post I thought I would revisit David Robertson’s blog and include his quote from the same post. Irrespective … More Was Jesus a Christian? Part 2.
Okay, I know …. silly question. But the passage below which I have lifted from David Roberston’s blog opens up some interesting questions. Of course it is not just about church history but rather what the Scripture says about itself – and what Jesus, Peter, Paul and Mary believed. Does anyone seriously think that they … More Was Jesus a Christian?
These are a selection of questions submitted to Pastor David Robertson by readers for his new book, S.E.E.K. apparently. I’m not making this up, I promise! He has suggested he may include a few of them. I thought I would help him out with some answers in case he got stuck. 1.Why does God permit … More Oh, for gods’ sake! Let’s have a laugh.
Specially for all the religious/Christian bloggers I read and especially those cowards who have banned/moderate/censor me … Remember: ALL religion is a cult. Some sects are just more popular than others. Ark
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?
Something to make you smile on this windy and rainy South African Friday afternoon: Scientists use a radiometric dating technique or process to determine an object’s age by its radioactive isotopes’ decay rate … Now we could claim that radiometric dating is flawed, but let us assume that science is correct that the earth is … More And God said: ”Oi, you lot!”
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!
The problem of being an atheist is that you have no one to give thanks to. The Christian, being rooted and built up in Christ, is strengthened in the faith and overflows with thankfulness (Colossians 2:7). We have so much to be thankful for – but outside of Christ, we have no one ultimately to … More More verbal diarrhea from the pulpit
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.
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