The Tent Making Christianity QCQ Podcast #459: What In The Universal Christ?

In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity QCQ Podcast, the team answers the question “What is the universal Christ?”. Listen to our Weekly Quick Challenge Question Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Music or Stitcher.  New episodes are released every Thursday. Don’t see your podcast listening platform?  Email us and we will add them to our distribution list.  You can also […]

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Quick Challenge Answer: What is Omnism?

Omnism is the belief that there is no one true religion but that every religion holds part of the truth, so all beliefs should be respected. I see the appeal. The truth often lies somewhere between two extreme positions, so why would religion be different?

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Most Christians Think Jesus Was A Liar

Most Christians think Jesus was a liar.  Jesus is described in many ways.  Wonderful Counselor, Savior, Son of Man, Son of God, Wise Teacher, The Messiah, and dozens of other titles.  But there is one title not normally associated with Jesus, and that is “Liar”. But that is apparently what most Christians think.  Now, if you asked them outright […]

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Avoid “Cargo Drop” Christianity

Avoid “Cargo Drop” Christianity.  We’ve been talking about the John Frum cult on the Pacific Island of Tanna.  This cult originated from natives on the island encountering the technologically superior cultures of Japan and The United States in World War II.  When these forces invaded their island, the natives were astonished at the supplies that would fall from […]

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The 5 myths of Christmas Day 5

The 5 myths of Christmas Day 5.  In this series we’ve been looking at the 5 common myths about Christmas that pop up every year.   The First Four Myths On day one we saw how early Christians calculated the date of Jesus’ birth.  They believed that Jesus conceived, born and died on the 25th of different months.  And they […]

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The 5 Myths Of Christmas Day 4

The 5 myths of Christmas Day 4.  In this series we’ve been looking at the 5 common myths about Christmas that pop up every year.   The First Three Myths On day one we saw how early Christians calculated the date of Jesus’ birth.  They believed that Jesus conceived, born and died on the 25th of different months.  We also […]

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The 5 Days Of Christmas Myths Day 3

The 5 days of Christmas myths Day 3. In this series we’ve been looking at the 5 common myths about Christmas that pop up every year. The First Two Myths On day one we saw how early Christians calculated the date of Jesus’ birth. They believed that Jesus was conceived, born and died on the […]

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The 5 Days Of Christmas Myths Day 2

The 5 days of Christmas myths Day 2.  In this series we’re looking at 5 common Christmas myths that perpetuate each year.  The culture, and many Christians, accept these myths without question.  No one ever stops to think about where they come from, or if they are even accurate.  We’re taking a closer look at them to see if […]

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Faith Alone, In What?

Faith alone in what?  Sola Fide.  Faith alone.  It’s one of the five “Solas” of the protestant reformation. It communicates the idea that it’s our trust in Christ that saves us, and nothing else.  But what exactly does that mean? They Have Faith, But In What? I was doing research recently on another group that claims to be connected […]

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Three More Problems With The Enneagram

Three more problems with the Enneagram.  I’ve written several articles lately on the Enneagram.  What many believe to be a simple personality test is actually something much more serious.  It has its roots in New Age teaching, and was arrived at by some pretty bizarre methods.   As I said previously, the Enneagram is new to me.  I had never […]

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