Megachurch

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What the Greek REALLY Says

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The Confused Person’s Guide to Middle East Conflicts

Karl Sharro created the diagram above to clarify the geopolitical relationships in the Middle East, which many find confusing. It appeared in The Atlantic together with accompanying text which, if you read it, will make things clearer still. I thought I would share it here, in case there are blog readers who struggle to grasp the precise [Read More...]

Where Can I Find Killing Jesus?

OK, so I found this cartoon funny, even before I learned that it was based on a real life occurrence, which I think makes it even funnier. The cartoon is by Tracey Moody and came to my attention via Hemant Mehta. I’ve avoided reading Bill O’Reilly’s book Killing Jesus up until now. Should I watch [Read More...]

The Humblest Man on Earth

Yuriy Stasyuk shared the image above on Facebook. It is poking fun at the idea that Moses wrote the Pentateuch, since Numbers 12:3 says, “Now the man Moses was very humble, more than any man who was on the face of the earth.”  As Yuriy pointed out, “If Moses really wrote that he is the most humble, [Read More...]

The Missing Envelope from Paul’s Letter to the Galatians

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Makes the Trip Seem Quicker

This cartoon from the New Yorker popped up on Facebook as I am sitting in Baltimore airport, waiting for my flight back to Indianapolis. And so it seemed timely as well as funny. But it is interesting to reflect on which religious and non-religious activities are just versions of the same thing, done for comparable [Read More...]

LEGO Jesus

Via Christian Memes on Facebook. [Read more...]

The Meaning of Lent

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$3,000 per word?

Bart Ehrman recently blogged about the fact that he typically receives at least $5,000 for a speaking engagement, and an extra $1,000 per additional lecture at the same event. And so that is a minimum of $6,000 for a two-lecture event. Daniel Gulotta shared the program from an event at which Bart was giving two lectures. [Read More...]

This Book is Perfect

I came across this meme and thought it worth sharing. People often claim that the Bible is a supernatural book, and yet rarely do they claim that this is its supernatural power. And yet history shows that, at the very least, people have tried to justify just about everything using the Bible. But that is [Read More...]


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