Reviewing The Case for Christ (Introduction: pages 9-16) Opening the book, Strobel begins by recounting the case of James Dixon; what seemed to be a routine open-and-shut case, whereby all the evidence of the case would seem to point to the conclusion that Dixon shot police sergeant Richard Scanlon in the abdomen during a scuffle … Continue reading Reviewing The Case for Christ (Introduction: pages 9-16)
Before I begin, I would like to thank Álvaro Marqués for pointing me in the direction of this video: Is God a Square-Circle? This is a YouTube video on a channel called Faded Pixels which is all about the omnipotence paradox. Given that this is something I've spoken about before (see this video and this video) which explains my … Continue reading Response to: Is God a Square-Circle?
Do you ever have days where you start off meaning to do one thing and you end up doing something completely different? Well today is one of those days! I started out with the intention of getting down to writing my paper about the third day motif found in the Gospel of Mark and somehow, I ended … Continue reading Book Review: Introduction
After the 'success' of her last post, 'proving' that Jesus is the angel of the Lord by providing precisely 0 quotes to support her case, SJ Thomason tries her hand at exegesis again by trying to claim that the Christian doctrine of the Trinity is found in the Jewish Scriptures. So let's see what she has to say … Continue reading The Trinity IS NOT Found in the Old Testament
This is a (quite lengthy) blog responding to SJ Thomason's post Clues that Jesus is the Angel of the LORD of the Old Testament. While this is the first response to Thomason's blog this will by no means the last, as some of what she comes out with is comedy gold and highlights some of the most … Continue reading Jesus IS NOT the Angel of the LORD