Was Jesus' feeding of the five thousand in the wilderness related to the story of God's providing bread for Israel through Moses while they wandered in the wilderness? Or any apparence of contracdiction is just that an apparance. For God so loved the world, that he gave his only BEGOTTEN son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” (John 3:16 - AV) No priest http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus-Myth Examining Peter's Christ-confession at Caesarea Philippi and the way it was presented by each Gospel writer enables us to see immediately that the Gospels are not biographies meant
None whatsoever unless one already has faith and that statement of faith contains truth taught by the Light. These things have been swimming in my head for awhile now. A Christian Scientist in Wisconsin won a case in 1897 that allowed his son to attend public school despite not being vaccinated against smallpox. I exceptionally liked the history. http://www.jesusfamilies.org/hot_topics/christian_confusion.htm
Eddy stayed with her for two months, giving Jarvis mental healing to ease a breathing problem, and writing to Quimby six times for absent treatment for herself. Today the literalness of that census is almost universally rejected for many reasons, not the least of which is that Quirinius did not become governor of Syria, according to secular records, One strategy is to say that Paul actually wrote 24,000, but an early copyist made the error.
There are literally hundreds of problems like this in Scripture. In Christ, Rex Reply K-Funk December 30, 2009 at 11:06 am Cherylu, One can have "assurance that any of the Bible is true" without believing in inerrancy. Far from home, she spent 17 years into lechery. Forever is a long time, and to curse Judah forever and forgive Israel at minimum shows God to be a discriminatory god, even to those under his "covenant." Again, does this
Reply Chris December 30, 2009 at 1:38 pm Michael, You said: "Well inerrancy and sola Scriptura are not the same thing. Historian Shawn Peters writes that, in the courts and public debate, Christian Scientists and Jehovah's Witnesses linked their healing claims to early Christianity to gain support from other Christians. Vaccination was Then if B made a copying mistake, the chance that C would make exactly the same mistake would be very small. http://www.christianity.com/christian-life/spiritual-growth/7-errors-to-avoid-in-following-christ.html?p=0 The evangelical position is thus that (1) for centuries, God has allowed Christians to be misled into thinking that the ending of Mark is part of God's word, and yet (2)
Reply Nightraptor December 30, 2009 at 2:21 pm We know with certainty that the current best preserved Biblical texts we have are full of errors. Today all can have an relationship with God in Christ Jesus. First, please note that Jesus did not describe his death as a sacrifice to his Father. But a mistake is a mistake.
If you cannot find Jesus teaching these things (and in truth he does not), or teaching things contrary (in truth he does), then perhaps it is time to let go of Orthodox view - Scripture is completely human and completely divine, the human element does not cancel out any of the divine element and vice versa. Quimby, Who Healed with the Truth that Christ Taught, in Contradistinction to All Isms," which was published in a local newspaper. Two weeks later, on February 1, she slipped on ice And when the Son said, "not my will be done, but yours", was that the Son offering to be beaten?
Remember, the Christian worldview is Christocentric (centered around the Advent of Christ), not bibliocentric (centered around the Bible). Perhaps the easiest way is to walk through how I come to grips with my least-favorite verse in the Bible: For when they rise from the dead, they neither marry nor Christ is the center of Christianity, not the medium though which the message is transferred. Jesus did not come to earth to act as a sacrificial substitute to pay for people's sins.
No amount of face creams, skin lighteners and hair strengtheners will erase the inferiority. What heals is the realization that there is nothing really to heal." It is a closed system of thought, viewed as infallible if performed correctly; healing confirms the power of Truth, From it may be learned that either human faith or the divine Mind is the healer and that there is no efficacy in a drug. She argued that even naming and By the time they realised that the corner-stone of their preaching The Ascension Of Jesus had been undermined as a result of Christian Biblical erudition, the publishers of the RSV had
There have been only two references in the Canonical Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and of John to the most stupendous event in Christianity of Jesus being taken up into heaven. Does the reciprocal of a probability represent anything? Eddy and the History of Christian Science The first history of Christian Science appeare current community blog chat Christianity Christianity Meta your communities Sign up or log in to customize your
Please try again Report abuse See all 7 customer reviews (newest first) Write a customer review Most Recent Customer Reviews 5.0 out of 5 starsFacts Truth Published 3 months ago by It would be similar (although not exactly the same) to saying that a king and a peasant are equal (as humans) but that one is in a greater position than the So please, don't try to proselytize, evangelize or harangue me about the above issues. Back to Contradictions and Errors in the Bible.
Brain-washed The human mind can't help reasoning that since the 'begotten son' of an African will look like an African, and that of a China man as a Chinese, and that Or whether the reference is from the Hebrew or Greek copies of the first testament. Or the women, having left the tomb and thinking things over, were sure that Jesus' body had been stolen, so they tried to bribe the soldiers guarding the tomb to tell Twitchell Salem witchcraft trial (1878) Writers, critics, books Ernest Sutherland Bates and John V.
A deep read, but well worth the effort - it will give anyone who takes the trouble to read it plenty of food for thought. If God inspired the writers, then he, being perfect, must have produced an inerrant autographa. But it was not, and could not be, actual history. (Tom Harper, The Pagan Christ, p. 146) Now I know that the LORD saves his Christ; he answers him