Monday, March 27, 2023

New Testament

Posts about the New Testament
The red letter edition conundrum.

The Red Letter Edition Conundrum

My argument is that the entire reason for the chosen red letters is theological, and not dictated by the text. Moreover, some of the writings left in black would appear to be continuations of the words written in red.

An inadequate defense of Matthew’s genealogy

There are several problems with the genealogies listed for Jesus in the books of Matthew and Mark. This really isn't a big deal, unless...

A Pauline Defense of Gay Marriage

I carefully worded my headline here to avoid an obvious issue. Paul is not the only Biblical author to call homosexuality a sin. However,...

Dr. Brown defends Matthew from Rabbi Singer

Recently I did another post about one of these "Answering the Rabbis" videos. In that one, he claimed Rabbi Singer unfairly maligned Paul for...

How can Jesus be the son of David?

Many times in Tanakh it is prophesied that the coming messiah will be a descendant of David. Flash forward to the New Testament which...

Hot, Cold, or Lukewarm?

I know that I come off a little hard on the New Testament sometimes, so let's take a break and try to consider a...

The Bible With and Without Jesus

From a Christian perspective, that title is likely shocking. However, there is nothing divisive about this post. In fact, it is intended to be...
Is the New Testament inspired by God?

Is The New Testament Inspired By God?

You head down to your local book store. In the "Religious" section, you find a Bible. Picking it up and looking at it, one...

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The Heresy of the Apostle Paul

After the death of Judas who betrayed Jesus, the disciples gathered to select his successor. They prayed for divine discernment in making their selection....

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Did Christians Change Psalm 22?

Today I am looking at a discussion between two Christian heavyweights, Dr. James White and Dr. Michael Brown. They are discussing the underlying word behind "they pierced" in Psalm 22:16.