So I have been going through a number of issues with Michael Cato on Twitter which has ranged from the identity of the Servant in Isaiah 53, to the authorship and identity of the Beloved Disciple in the Gospel of John, to the mistranslations in Zechariah 12:10. Basically what I consider to be child's play (after … Continue reading The Theudas Problem in Acts 5 and Antiquities 20
I'll be perfectly honest, I didn't have any idea who Esther O'Reilly was until I saw a retweet by Amateur Exegete yesterday. This is quite strange because I pride myself on following or subscribing to people I don't agree with. But anyway, I became aware of Esther and read the blog post entitled Has Christian … Continue reading Has Christian Apologetics Failed?
I'm trying to get back into writing my blog posts and I thought this was a fun place to continue. Because let's face it, it is always fun to respond to the ill-conceived and poorly thought out nonsense of Trinitarians. So while of late, I have been incredibly busy writing my book which has been focusing … Continue reading Hey Christians… DON’T TRY AND ARGUE JESUS IS THE ANGEL OF THE LORD
If you have been following my channel on YouTube for any amount of time, you will have seen that I have an issue with the defence of the omnipotence paradox that theists often rely upon. For example, see D-Slapping... derezzed83 (Re: What Omnipotence Paradox?) and The Omnipotence Paradox... IT'S NOT THAT DIFFICULT. As I explained in … Continue reading The Omnipotence Paradox… SERIOUSLY AGAIN?!?!?
Reviewing The Case for Christ (The Eyewitness Evidence Can the Biographies of Jesus Be Trusted?: Pages 19-21) In reading the introduction to Strobel's Case for Christ I have to say I was relatively impressed. I have read a lot of Christian apologetics books and this was certainly one of the most well-written and (unlike most) did not seem to … Continue reading Reviewing The Case for Christ (The Eyewitness Evidence Can the Biographies of Jesus Be Trusted?: Pages 19-21)