The ‘biblical view’ that’s younger than the Happy Meal | Fred Clark

In 1979, McDonald's introduced the Happy Meal. Sometime after that, it was decided that the Bible teaches that human life begins at conception. Ask any American evangelical, today, what the Bible says about abortion and they will insist that this is what it says. (Many don't actually believe this, but they know it is — …

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The Betrayal of Jesus by… Eusebius

I couldn't agree more. I trace it back to when Eusebius wrote Christ out of ecclesiastical history in order to create Christendom and prop Constantine up as the god ordained emperor of Rome.https://t.co/i8IdfUpfip— Mark Charles (@wirelesshogan) April 18, 2019

Hell, Parts 1 & 2 | Almost Heretical

Hell. Is our christianity based on fear? Where do we get this from? Listen to Part 1 of our new series on Hell. https://t.co/iio4RatnOX — Almost Heretical (@AlmostHeretical) March 7, 2019 The biblical writers don’t have a unified vision for what hell is. Maybe we shouldn’t either? https://t.co/q1kBE0bX23 — Almost Heretical (@AlmostHeretical) March 14, 2019 …

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A Response to Kirk Cameron’s ‘Formula to Save America’ in “Monumental”

Recently, a (conservative, charismatic evangelical) family member sent me a YouTube video excerpt of Kirk Cameron's "Monumental." The excerpted video shows a "formula to save America." The video and its original are nothing more than Christofascist propaganda for creating a Christian quasi-theocracy in the USA. Here is my response: Let me begin by declaring a …

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The Institutional Church’s Existential Problem of Subjectivity

The Church’s one foundation is Jesus Christ, her Lord. So goes the old hymn. But, is that entirely true? Does the organized, hierarchical, religious institution, called “the Church,” have only one foundation? Many debate where tradition enters into that matter. Whereas this blog site previously has posted commentary on the Council of Nicaea and other …

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Articles – Searching Together | Jon Zens

Searching Together: About Jon Zens is an American author, speaker, scholar and theologian on Christian topics. Zens is best known for pioneering New Covenant Theology, which sees the entire Bible as a revelation of the gospel of grace fulfilled in Jesus Christ. Christians are no longer under the Law of Moses, but under grace. According …

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How to Get an Advanced Bible Degree for Free

Wisdom and understanding are everywhere available but are nevertheless ostensibly rarely found. A student of the Word must be diligent in their search but there are least two problems in their way. First, with such a wealth of information, where does one start? Certainly, if the writing of many books is endless, then the reading …

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