Adoptionism A belief, widely held within the earliest Christian movement, and still active in the 2nd and 3rd century CE, that Jesus was a normal human being, a prophet, and is not a deity. God later gave him supernatural powers… Read More ›
Many people have complained at the very low intellectual content of most discussions at Speakers’ Corner. In an effort to turn the tide I went in search of a Christian to have a civilised gentlemanly discussion. This chap agreed and… Read More ›
What Scriptures might Saint Paul have had in mind in Acts 17:2-3 and 1 Corinthians 15:3-4?
When I was an evangelical one of my favourite scholarly publications was Themelios which self-describes as: Themelios is an international, evangelical, peer-reviewed theological journal that expounds and defends the historic Christian faith. Its primary audience is theological students and pastors, though scholars read it as… Read More ›
The idea that the Gospels comprise layers of Christological and theological development is widely accepted. Such is taken for granted in scholarly literature, is taught at most seminaries (perhaps all highly regarded seminaries), and is certainly taught in all courses… Read More ›
Mark 13:32 and the “Omniscience” of the Holy Spirit Originally Posted on the “Quran and Bible Blog” Catholic apologist and blog contributor Denis Giron has published a short article in which he attempts to defend the belief in… Read More ›
There are numerous videos on the internet which purport to show the Pope, or other Catholic clergy, openly praying to Satan. All of those polemics revolve around an ancient Catholic hymn, known as the Exultet, using the Latin word lucifer… Read More ›
While many are familiar with polemics which appeal to Mark 13:32 to dispute the omniscience of Jesus, fewer have encountered polemics in which it is similarly argued that the same verse even necessitates that the Holy Spirit is not omniscient…. Read More ›