My conversations with Jesus (Part 2: Who you really are)

Me: Hello again, Jesus Jesus: Hello, I thought about what we spoke about last time. I have some questions. Me: I though you might. I would too if I were you. I have some questions for you as well. Jesus: You first Me: At what point in your ministry did you decide you wanted toContinue reading “My conversations with Jesus (Part 2: Who you really are)”

Building a case against Christ: Let reason be The Judge: The Christmyth story (pt.4, the short version)

Note to reader: A much longer and textually more detailed article will follow shortly for those seeking to “dig deeper” into the relevant biblical texts. Some may think it’s too early for Christmas, but according to Luke, the birth of Jesus took place in the late spring or early summer when “… shepherds living outContinue reading “Building a case against Christ: Let reason be The Judge: The Christmyth story (pt.4, the short version)”

Rationalizing versus emotionalizing, or when feelings “Trump” facts

Nobody wants to be accused of relying on emotions over intellect . Nor do people want to be thought of as those governed by feelings more than facts, but this is the heart of evangelical belief. The majority of President Trump supporters are white evangelicals as statistics continue to show. The world has puzzled overContinue reading “Rationalizing versus emotionalizing, or when feelings “Trump” facts”

Building a case against Christ: Let reason be the Judge: The Christmyth story (pt.3)

The focus of this article will be on the context of Matthew and Luke’s record of the birth and infancy of Jesus. The Christmas story in context Overview: Most of us know the Christmas story. Most people, especially Christians, don’t realize there are two separate and distinct stories which are factually and logically irreconcilable. OneContinue reading “Building a case against Christ: Let reason be the Judge: The Christmyth story (pt.3)”

Building a case against Christ: Let reason be the Judge (pt.1)

Allegation: the Bible is not the divinely inspired, inerrant Word of God. It was produced solely by humans who believed they were inspired. Therefore, it is NOT a reliable and credible source for those things that contradict science and rationality. Evangelicals are notorious for using a courtroom analogy to prove Jesus rose from the dead.Continue reading “Building a case against Christ: Let reason be the Judge (pt.1)”

Jesus and a Kingdom in Crisis

Headline: “JESUS 2nd COMING — ONLY FOR FUTURE TRIBULATION CHRISTIANS” Did you know no Christians alive today will witness the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, and this world has an expiration date? If we believe evangelicals, the “Kingdom of God” Jesus spoke repeatedly about, mostly in parables, that would be inaugurated at his Second ComingContinue reading “Jesus and a Kingdom in Crisis”

Evangelicals Five Salvation Myths: Salvation is EASY (pt. 2of5)

In the first article we discussed salvation while technically free to mankind, it cost God his son and Jesus his life. In this article we will explore the fallacy promoted by evangelicals that salvation is “easy.” Someone once said the surest way to tell if someone is an evangelical is to ask them if theyContinue reading “Evangelicals Five Salvation Myths: Salvation is EASY (pt. 2of5)”

Do aborted fetuses go to heaven? (#Abortion and #evangelicals)

Like most things, evangelicals don’t think too deeply on issues they claim to be passionate about, like abortion. 17For Scripture says to Pharaoh: “I raised you up for this very purpose, that I might display my power in you and that my name might be proclaimed in all the earth.” 18Therefore God has mercy onContinue reading “Do aborted fetuses go to heaven? (#Abortion and #evangelicals)”

PROOF the #theresurrectionofJesusisfakenews (Read here!)

The post-fact world of evangelicalism It is astonishing people will elevate feeling something (spiritual experience) is true over knowing (science) it isn’t. Reason and facts are faith’s greatest enemy and ignorance her dearest friend. An experiences can be real even if what spawn it is not. A child’s experience of Santa Claus is genuine, powerfulContinue reading “PROOF the #theresurrectionofJesusisfakenews (Read here!)”

Jesus and the Easter Bunny: A tale of two tales

Easter is just around the corner, and despite a pandemic gripping the world, many spirits are lifted by the prospect of spring and the celebration of this highest Christian holiday. For many children, its religious significance is lost on the promise of chocolate Easter bunnies and painted eggs and not of heavenly bliss. As aContinue reading “Jesus and the Easter Bunny: A tale of two tales”