Dear Gillian I am reading Bart D Ehrman’s monumental book entitled ‘Lost Christianites’. Obviously, this is a critical study premised upon the objective discipline of philology, but
As I work in translation, I am surprised by the latitude the Christian Church has allowed for English translations from the Hebrew and the Greek.
Dear Gillian I think the point you are missing (either deliberately or innocently), is the dynamics of the ‘no hypothesis’ which is the cornerstone of
The error in theology is this: whereas the monastics perform a selfless and voluntary labour (copying their saviour) within a serene setting where everything is
Although the Church of Almighty God Cult has its roots within modern China (probably influenced by outside counter-revolutionary forces), and since its nationwide banning for
Thich Quang Duc’s action produced a mind altering paradigm shift throughout the world that is still being discussed today. He demonstrated the power of Buddhist mind control during a very painful death – whereas no Christian believers (beyond the realms of imagination, superstition, or the paranormal) have managed to rise from the dead.