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Archive for February, 2011

-Revolting Muslims Really Seeking New Caliphate and World Dominance?

Monday, February 28th, 2011

                                     (Image via Wikipedia) There is an under current and subtext to all of the revolts that are going on across the Muslim Middle East and North Africa. There is an Muslim dream and ideal that is being expressed that continues to go unreported because it does not meet the Western template nor does it […]

-Is the Middle East Going Through an Islamist Revival?

Saturday, February 19th, 2011

                      ( Greater Muslim Middle East  via Wikipedia) Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Lebanon, Bahrain, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Libya and more. What is behind the turmoil in the Middle East and North Africa? The Western media continues to tell us that they are all seeking greater freedom but that is a very deceptive and naive view. […]

-“Who wrote the Gospels?”

Saturday, February 19th, 2011

Here’s one sample of what is available on the EhrmanProject.com site: “Who wrote the Gospels?”  -by Dr. Michael Kruger Associate Professor of New Testament Reformed Theological Seminary Dr. Kruger does a good job here answering the contentions made by Dr. Ehrman and many others that the Gospels were written late in the 1st century anonymously […]

-Re: Ehrman Project

Tuesday, February 8th, 2011

Bart Ehrman Here’s a new Christian website dedicated to answering questions raised by Dr. Bart Ehrman. Here’s the intro: Welcome to the Ehrman Project. Dr. Bart Ehrman is raising significant questions about the reliability of the Bible. In an engaging way, he is questioning the credibility of Christianity. His arguments are not new, which he […]

-How Works Were ‘Published’ and Circulated in the Ancient Roman World

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

Here’s a great article by Dr. Ben Witherington: “THOUGHTS ON THEOPHILUS AND HIS ROLE IN EARLY CHRISTIANITY” The article discusses how works were shared and ‘published’ in the 1st century Roman world. Very helpful in understanding the process of how the New Testament books and letters were written and circulated starting with Luke-Acts.             *Top