Category Archives: History

Holocaust: – An Open Letter to “Concerned Reader”

Holocaust: – An Open Letter to “Concerned Reader” Dear Concerned Reader I wrote that without Christianity the holocaust would have never happened. You called my statement “inflammatory” and “speculative.” You justify your position with the claim that Hitler and the … Continue reading

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The Guilt of Books

The Guilt of Books   Books don’t commit crimes, people do. If we are going to discuss the guilt or innocence of a given book, we need to first define and delineate what the discussion is going to be about. … Continue reading

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The Historical Jesus and the Historicity of the Christian Scriptures

The Historical Jesus and the Historicity of the Christian Scriptures Much ink has been expended in the effort to uncover the historical Jesus. The questions abound. Was Jesus a radical revolutionary against the oppressive Roman Empire or was he a … Continue reading

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Early Church History by C. S.

A History Lesson from C. S. Missionaries allege that their belief in the divinity of Jesus is rooted in Jewish Scriptures. Some missionaries take this argument one preposterous step forward. They contend that the veneration of Jesus as a god … Continue reading

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The Pharisees

The Pharisees   You would expect that the authors of the Christian Scriptures would attempt to teach the doctrines of Christianity. Indeed, the theology of Christianity can be found by reading the letters of Paul. But the writers of the … Continue reading

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Motivations – Jeremiah 2:11

Motivations – Jeremiah 2:11   From the very inception of Christianity, Christians found it necessary to engage in the psychoanalysis of those who reject their claims. John’s Jesus gets the ball rolling in chapter 3 verses 19 thru 21 “And … Continue reading

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Supplement to an “Open Letter”

Supplement to Rabbi Eli Cohen’s Open Letter I received varying reactions to Rabbi Cohen’s letter. As usual, Sharlee’s comment was insightful, encouraging and to the point. But not all reactions were so friendly. In light of this, I figured a … Continue reading

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