March 27, 2019

Here’s a helpful post by Larry Hurtado. See what you think. BW3 Wasserman on an “Alexandrian Recension” of the Gospels by larryhurtado Included in a set of papers given at a NT textual criticism conference held in Birmingham (UK) is an essay by Tommy Wasserman that merits attention of all interested in the question of what the earliest manuscript evidence tells us about the textual transmission of the Gospels in the second century: “Was There an Alexandrian Recension of the… Read more

March 26, 2019

A discussion about the New Perspective on Paul. Read more

March 25, 2019

Here’s a nice post by my friend and colleague Scot McKnight…… Actor James Faulkner, who starred in one of the most successful faith-based movies of 2018, has opened up about being filled with the Holy Spirit during filming. “Paul, Apostle of Christ,” which was released in March of last year, took $23 million at the box office, far exceeding commercial expectations. Faulkner, who played the Apostle Paul, starred alongside Jim Caviziel, who famously portrayed Jesus in Mel Gibson’s 2004 epic,… Read more

March 24, 2019

I apologize in advance for the occasional vulgarity in this video, but it’s too good an expose on phony psychics to pass on. Notice that most of these mediums are women— perhaps they should be called psy-chicks…. (just kidding). Read more

March 24, 2019

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March 23, 2019

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March 22, 2019

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March 21, 2019

O.K. I had my doubts about the claim you can buy ANYTHING on ebay….. until now. Check out this offering for a mere $89,000 (and free shipping!) And lest you doubt my veracity—- here’s the link—-https://www.ebay.com/i/283349093997 Just think of the possibilities— like Jesus you can attract fishermen to fish, while going to church. Or, if your pastor is all wet when he preaches, you can always go swimming for a while and climb back on during the benediction. One warning—… Read more

March 20, 2019

Q. Throughout this study the theme of risk comes up, in the title of each chapter. And at the end of the study you remind “Entering the Passion means risk-taking; it means facing our fears, our failures, and our faults, and addressing them. Whom have we betrayed? Denied? Condemned” (p. 142). It seems to me that one way to draw a parallel with that uncomfortable last supper meal would be to ask the question— Why do so many people wish… Read more

March 19, 2019

Q. I take Lk. 22.38 to mean ‘enough of this (nonsense)’. In other words, Jesus’ is exasperated with the pathetic response of the disciples when he is about to be taken away. That is… he is not suggesting violent action on his behalf ever (if only the Crusaders has paid attention). To what degree do you think Jesus is calling his own disciples to a life commitment of non-violence? A. There are various ways of understanding Luke 22.38, but it… Read more

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