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Christendom: fulfilment or false start? In a perceptive comment in which he recommends consideration of Abraham Heschel’s “theology of Pathos”, Mark Nieweg draws attention to what he sees as a fundamental dilemma or paradox at the heart of the consistent narrative-historical...
Did Jesus act as though he thought he were God? Following my post on the question of whether Jesus claimed to be God it was (indirectly) suggested to me that Jesus may have communicated his sense of divine identity through his actions rather than through his words. Despite popular...
Strange but true: sealed Christian books found by Bedouin Some years ago I proposed a thought experiment as a way of grasping something of the strangeness of scripture: It makes for an interesting thought experiment to consider what would have happened if the early Jewish Christians had been...