Category Archives: History

Was Jesus a Roman Emperor?

I saw that James White posted a blurb about a “new” discovery that the Romans invented Jesus. I had not heard anything about it previously, but it appears that this is just an extension of Atwill’s book “Caesar’s Messiah“. While … Continue reading

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The Imagination of C.S. Lewis

There is a great article over at the Ligonier Ministries blog by Leland Ryken titled The Imagination of C.S. Lewis. This article explores how the stories came about for Lewis and how they took on their Christian meaning. It’s quite … Continue reading

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The Jesus Family Tomb

I’m sure many of you have heard about the archaeological find in 1980 that is supposedly the tomb of Jesus, Joseph and Mary along with Mary Magdalene and Judah, son of Jesus and Mary as well as a Matthew and … Continue reading

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Compilation from my Gospel of Judas Posts

I finally got around to compiling the information I blogged about in April on the Gospel of Judas. You can find the compilation at my website: Gospel of Judas Technorati: Gospel of Judas, Christianity

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Awesome Weekend! (Dead Sea Scrolls and Worship Service)

Now that I have some time, I just wanted to go over some highlights from this past weekend. I know it’s almost the next weekend, but it’s been a wild but great week! On Friday night, my wife and I … Continue reading

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“The Gospel of Judas” – Part III

This will, hopefully, be my final post on this. You can view Part I here and Part II here. In the second installment, I related my thoughts after reading through the Gospel of Judas. In this post I would like … Continue reading

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“The Gospel of Judas” – Part II

On April 7, I initially posted something about “The Gospel of Judas” which had just been released as a translation, included in a book, and promoted for a television documentary all by the National Geographic Society. It will also be … Continue reading

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