Anyone who has been keeping up with the literature knows many scholars have been writing on the topic of idolatry for a while. Some of us may assume idolatry was Israel’s problem and if we are not worshiping a golden… Continue reading →
Dan Cohn-Sherbock, a well-known rabbi of Reform Judaism and Jewish theologian provides his own reasons for rejecting the resurrection of Jesus. He says: As a Jew and a rabbi, I could be convinced of Jesus’ resurrection, but I would set very… Continue reading →
I am not a fan of a certain section of the new edition of R. L. Solberg’s
book. Let me explain why.
“Then what advantage does the Jew have? Or what is the benefit of circumcision? Great in every respect. First, that they were entrusted with the actual words of God” (Romans 3:1-2). The Bible is a book 95% written by Jews, and its subject matter is over 90% concerning the Jewish people. This is not an accident. God’s sovereign heart […]
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Anyone who has talked to people from groups from Jews for Judaism or anti-missionary groups will generally encounter the objection, “Jesus didn’t fulfill any of the messianic prophecies.” Unfortunately, this is an oversimplification. Also, there is some overlap with this… Continue reading →
Here are some of the things that I think all Christians should know about Paul Given that historians look to those who are contemporaries of the events, Paul is an important resource for what historians can know about Jesus of… Continue reading →
The God of eternity revealed to Moses what happened on the first day of recorded history: And the earth was a formless and desolate emptiness, and darkness was over the surface of the deep. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the surface of the waters. Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was […]
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In this clip, we take take a closer look at how the Bible uses the terms “Son of God” and “Son of Man” and how they apply to Jesus. These play an important role in how we understand the deity… Continue reading →
Over the years I have heard many skeptics say Jesus was just another messianic figure who got himself crucified. The old saying, “Jesus is just one of several messiah’s in the first century” is not only patently false but also… Continue reading →
It couldn’t be more evident that many Christians assume Jesus is the Son of God. But in many cases, Christians aren’t sure about the biblical background of the title “Son of God.” What Christians tend to forget is that when Jewish… Continue reading →