Born of a Woman: The Literary Context of Galatians 4:4

Before I get into a summary of my last post, I want to provide an important quote from arguably one of the most well-respected and personally, one of my favourite contemporary scholars, Mark Goodacre. Although this is in the context of the debate of regarding the "Q" document, the same principle can apply equally well … Continue reading Born of a Woman: The Literary Context of Galatians 4:4

Born of a Woman: Analysing Galatians 4:4 in Theological Context

After all of the drama of the last few days, maybe now is a good time to get into the actual issue at hand; what exactly does Paul mean in Galatians 4:4? Given the last few posts have been only tangentially related to what is actually the core of the issue, I think now is the perfect time to … Continue reading Born of a Woman: Analysing Galatians 4:4 in Theological Context

Lazy Historiography By Tim O’Neill: Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say

If you have been following me on YouTube or on Twitter for any amount of time, you'll know I have been known to say a lot of... let's just say controversial things. But I have to be honest, I really didn't think my last post would cause such a reaction! To explain the issue, here's a bit of context: As … Continue reading Lazy Historiography By Tim O’Neill: Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say

History for Atheists or Pandering to Theists? The Difference Between Fact and Interpretation

I have been doing this (whatever you want to call this) for over 10 years and I've had an online presence for about half of that. In all that time and particularly during my time online, both on YouTube and more recently on Twitter, I've spoken to a lot of people on a range of issues. … Continue reading History for Atheists or Pandering to Theists? The Difference Between Fact and Interpretation