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Would you mind repeating that? I thought I heard you say . . .


The Great Resurrection Debate: John Shelby Spong vs. William Lane Craig

Y’ever wondered what the difference is between Christian apologetics and Biblical scholarship?  If you haven’t,  and you have taken the time to read this far, you should.  Watch a Christian apologist misrepresent information and blather on and on, without evidence, about his evidence.  Ya, it doesn’t make any sense.  Watch William Lane Craig dishonestly misrepresent … Continue reading

You Got Some ‘Splainin’ to do, Lucy !

Here is Christian radio-evangelist, Harold Camping‘s explanation of why the rapture didn’t occur as he predicted. It’s spiritual, not physical. “He also said he would not give any money back to listeners who may have quit their jobs or used up their life savings to spread the message of the May 21 Doomsday. “No, that … Continue reading

Where is Harold Camping When the World Needs Him the Most?

With May 21, 2011 coming and going without incident, with old gurgling Harold Camping being curiously silent, with his radio stations playing prerecorded programming, with his websites becoming unavailable and as the topic now turns to the millions and millions of dollars that were donated by ignorant followers, many of which had apparently drawn from … Continue reading

God Loves a Barbecue !

Today I’m going to take off on a little adventure with one of the more famous stories in the Hebrew Bible.  You know it, you love it, you’ve heard it many times before, but in the back of your skull you’re liable to say WTF was that all about?  When you think about the story … Continue reading

Step Over that Line, I dare ya. Subtitled…

Why God doesn’t mind that Christians rejected his eternal laws. And if ye will not for all this hearken unto Me, but walk contrary unto Me; then I will walk contrary unto you in fury; and I also will chastise you seven times for your sins. And ye shall eat the flesh of your sons, … Continue reading

YHWH: An Insecure Deity

In the middle of the second century CE, a Christian bishop, the son of the Bishop of Sinope, realized something that only the most daring have been willing to entertain since.  His name was Marcion and his realization was that the God of the Old Testament could not possibly be the same deity as the … Continue reading

Who said Moses Wrote the Pentateuch?

I will leave each to answer the above question for them self, but in the meantime, I thought it might be enjoyable to share one idea from people who actually spend their lives studying the Hebrew bible.  I think that it is relatively safe to propose that the bible is the most studied book in … Continue reading


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