A Response to @andrewjasko’s “Jesus Calls Christians to Leave Christianity.”

A response to @andrewjasko’s “Jesus Calls Christians to Leave Christianity.” [Thread] https://t.co/kwonmOgnUI — Lamb's Harbinger (@LambsHarbinger) May 31, 2019 Andrew Jasko's article HERE 1/ Jasko is plain w/ his aim in the article’s title. He proposes a leaving and a joining. He wants Christians to reject a static, error-riddled, broken system of dogmatic (institutionalized) Christianity, …

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Can progressives reclaim “religious freedom” from Trump and the evangelical right? | Salon.com

Rachel Laser of Americans United noted that all these efforts reflect how the religious right feels “very emboldened in the time of the Trump-Pence administration," and hopes "to change the Zeitgeist around religious freedom in this country and redefine it to mean the right to cause harm to someone based on your religious views.” Her …

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Colossians: Jesus is Better than Special Knowledge, Part 4

Colossians: Jesus is Better than Special Knowledge, Part 1 Colossians: Jesus is Better than Special Knowledge, Part 2 Colossians: Jesus is Better than Special Knowledge, Part 3 Walking through the biblical Letter to the Colossians, one discovers God has provided Christian believers true and powerful defenses of the Christian faith against Gnosticism. What is Gnosticism, and why does it …

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Try Thinking

Are you afraid that you will be seen as stupid or dumb for believing Jesus Christ is the Son of God? No one wishes to be seen as uneducated, and absolutely no one wants to be "taken in" by what they feel is myth or mere religion. Perhaps you think Christians "check their brain" at the …

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What About Those Who Have Not Heard?

I'd like to answer the argument against biblical Christianity that goes something like this: If faith in Jesus Christ is the only way to God, then what about those who have not heard about Jesus? Aren't all religions the same, and aren't there many ways to God? Christians should not be so dogmatic and arrogant …

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All the Same? – part 1

One hears so much these days about the Big Three... no, not the Trinity. Rather, there is a lot of common discussion concerning three seemingly compatible global religions, which account for the majority of the human race's belief structure. [Hinduism is not compatible with these 3; therefore, it will be discussed separately at a future …

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