To Read this Week: Divinity of Jesus, Religious Freedom, and Religious Persecution

Was the Divinity of Jesus a Late Invention of the Council of Nicea? by Michael J. Kruger It is commonly asserted that the deity of Jesus was an invention by the later Christians at the Council of Nicea.  Kruger, president and professor of NT at Reformed Theological Seminary, provides insight into this spurious claim.  A taste: One of the most common objections to Christianity is … Continue reading To Read this Week: Divinity of Jesus, Religious Freedom, and Religious Persecution

“We Choose Life” Video, Book, and Curriculum

Here is my good friend Dave Sterrett‘s video trailer of his new book and film: We Choose Life (which was filmed by my other good friend Clint Loveness).  Sterrett is founder of Disruptive Truth.  The trailer (and video) features Lila Rose, founder of Live Action and Melissa Ohden, founder of the abortion survivor’s network.  We Choose Life is “a collection of compelling stories from men and women who are dedicated to rescuing babies, mothers, and fathers from abortion. Though sometimes heartbreaking, this book reveals examples of forgiveness, healing, and hope. We Choose Life brings light into the enveloping darkness of the culture of death.” ( description)

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Same God? Yes or No.

This is an issue that just won’t quit.  I originally posted about the issue here in December.  Since then, many more have weighed in on the issue. Here are some more recent positions  over this issue: The most recent post is from Lydia McGrew at The Gosple Coalition.  She has a Ph.D. in English Literature from Vanderbilt University, but she is multi-talented having written and … Continue reading Same God? Yes or No.

2015 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.  The most visited blog was “The Myth of the Dark Ages” followed by “Thy Myth that the Church Hindered the Development of Science.”  Thanks for a great 2015.  Looking forward to 2016. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 11,000 … Continue reading 2015 in review