Keith Ward discusses his work with Paul Williams of Blogging Theology. We discussed the gospels, Jesus, God, the early Church, and was a Muhammad a prophet of God.
When the next guy tells you “the Church” believed “in the middle ages” “that the world is flat” show him this pic –
Ambassador of Hungary to the Holy See and the Sovereign Order of Malta tweets: When the next guy tells you “the Church” believed “in the middle ages” “that the world is flat” show him this pic – how Thomas Aquinas… Read More ›
St Thomas Aquinas, as he is know to Catholics was probably the greatest theologian in the history of the Church (with the possible exception of St Augustine). In 1265 AD he wrote De rationibus fidei contra Saracenos, Graecos et Armenos… Read More ›
This is a no holes barred academic discussion of the Quest for the historical Jesus by one of the leading historians in the field Dr Dale C. Allison. Allison is Richard J. Dearborn Professor of New Testament at Princeton Theological… Read More ›
i) Christ must be his own Father and his own son; ii) The Holy Spirit is neither Father nor Son yet he is both; iii) The Son was begotten by the Father but existed before he was begotten; iv)… Read More ›
Maybe I’m just an optimist, but I think people today mostly acknowledge the importance and originality of philosophy in the Islamic world. Would any scholar now say in print, as Bertrand Russell notoriously did in his History of Western Philosophy… Read More ›