Jesus and the disciples at The Last Supper. Hulis & Suleyman Mavruk, 1997. In Part 1 of this topic, written several months ago, I made the claim…… Read more “Why Jesus Is Not A Black Man, Part 2: The Sub-Saharan African Distinction”
A case of the pot calling the kettle black.
In my last post, I asked the question “Can we trust the Bible’s Divine Author and human writers?” I made the case there that sources we trust…… Read more “Can We Trust The Bible’s Divine Origin And Human Form? (Answering Atheism)”
Q: “If God can do anything, can’t he forgive without someone dying? I mean, my parents taught me to forgive people – nobody dies in that scenario.”…… Read more “Forgiveness Comes At A Cost: Why God Cannot Forgive Sin Without Death (Answering Atheism)”
Photo by Kelly Lacy on Pexels.com Why does a Good God allow bad things to happen? This is a question that some, but particularly many atheists, find…… Read more “Why A Good God Allows Bad Things To Happen (Answering Atheism)”
Photo by Thgusstavo Santana on Pexels.com I watched George Floyd’s funeral this summer, sad about the death of a man who didn’t deserve death for giving a…… Read more “Why Jesus Is Not A Black Man”
Photo by Brett Sayles on Pexels.com Eternal Security. It’s a term that nearly all Christians are familiar with, whether they’ve ever stepped foot in a seminary or…… Read more “Eternal Security Versus Conditional Security”
Hercules is an excellent Disney movie for those who have never seen it. You should watch it with your children, too, or nieces/nephews and grandchildren. It’s an…… Read more “Making a god mortal: Hercules and Jesus”