Words may change, but human nature doesn’t. Calling someone a long Shakespearian insult today may be more comical than insulting, but if our intent is to harm or be crass, we are not innocent.
We’ve been looking at the resurrection of Jesus in our last few posts. We introduced the minimal facts approach to Jesus’ resurrection. I then explained the minimal facts we would be using as we looked at alternate explanations for the resurrection. We explained why facts 1-4, 5-8 and 9-12 are accepted by nearly all scholars in the field Continue Reading
I ran across this issue in a conversation recently and wanted to explore and address it. Predestination is a view many Christians hold to in varying degrees. On the one end you have groups like Calvinists who would say that God is solely responsible for who is called and receives salvation. On the other end Continue Reading
It seems like Christmas has just passed, and already we are just weeks away from celebrating Easter. I always marvel at the quick turnaround from celebrating Jesus’ birth to the somber remembrance of his death on the cross. The days from Advent to Christmas, and Lent to Easter fly by rapidly. Is the Resurrection Important? Continue Reading
This article was originally posted in December of 2018. We recently posted our Top 5 Posts From 2019. Our website was still fairly new when this list dropped last year. As our readership had increased greatly since then, I thought I would repost these articles. Enjoy the top 5 posts from 2018! TMC’s Top 5 Continue Reading