I must admit that even as a Christian I was aware of these problems in Christ’s purported teaching – and I shuddered. Eventually I found refuge in Islam. Bertrand Russell did not and became an atheist. Bertrand Russell was British philosopher,… Read More ›
Professor Helen Bond examines the many discrepancies between Matthew and Luke’s account of Jesus’ birth narrative.
Helen Bond is Professor in Christian Origins with Specialisation in New Testament at the University of Edinburgh. This is a brilliantly concise and informative description of the two very different and contradictory accounts of the birth of Jesus in the… Read More ›
The Crucifixion and the Qur’an: A Study in the history of Muslim Thought The first book to examine the controversial Qur’anic phrase which divides Christianity and Islam. According to many, the Qur’an denies the crucifixion of Jesus. However, it is only… Read More ›
Michael Ramsey (1904 – 1988) was the 100th Archbishop of Canterbury. He was appointed on 31 May 1961 and held the office until 1974, having previously been the Bishop of Durham and the Archbishop of York. He was known as… Read More ›