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Simon Gathercole’s argument about pre-existence and divine identity in the Synoptics Bart Ehrman thinks that Jesus became God—not in reality, of course, but in the minds of the early Christians. Against Ehrman, Simon Gathercole argues in , much as Michael Bird did earlier, that the Synoptic Gospels “see Jesus as having pre...
Man-made life and the remaking of worlds The J. Craig Venter Institute has announced that it has successfully created the first living cell by means of man-made genetic instructions. Venter told The Times: It is our final triumph. This is the first synthetic cell. It’s the first...
In the likeness of sinful flesh Last week it was Romans 9:5 and the question of whether Paul says that the Christ is “God over all, blessed forever”. Since then I have been fretting over Paul’s account of Christ’s self-emptying and vindication in Philippians 2:6-11. I am...