Monthly Archives: November 2015

William Lane Craig responds to Bart Ehrman

Thanks to a guy named Dirk for pointing out this video.

Posted in Apologetics, Bart Ehrman, Historical Jesus, Historical reliability of the Bible, Reliability of the Bible, William Lane Craig | 8 Comments

Why Baptismal Regeneration is un-Biblical and wrong

http://beggarsallreformation.blogspot.com/2015/11/a-good-biblical-explanation-of-john-35.html

Posted in Baptism, Baptismal Regeneration, Roman Catholic false practices, Roman Catholicism | 38 Comments

A cry for Justice: A Time for praying the imprecatory Psalms

By the group “sons of Korah” from Australia.   They have done a lot of the Psalms and their music is excellent and they keep very close to the text of Scripture.  This song covers Psalm 94:1-11. “play skillfully” – … Continue reading

Posted in Impreccatory Psalms, Justice, Prayer | 2 Comments

Does Islam really teach that there is no original, inherited sin that spread to all mankind?

Muslims generally teach that there is no such thing as “original sin”, and they use Surah 30:30 to support that.  The idea there, according to most Muslims, is that Allah created mankind with an “upright” nature.  فطرت  or فطره   … Continue reading

Posted in Islam, Muslims, Original sin, Sin in Islam | 4 Comments

Bart Ehrman admits that the Gospel writers thought Jesus was God

Dr. White reviews the debate between Bart Ehrman and Justin Bass, on his Dividing Line program of Nov. 5, 2015.  (see embed at bottom) That debate can be found here, “Did the Historical Jesus claim to be divine?” Ehrman admitted: … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Bart Ehrman, Historical Jesus, Historical reliability of the Bible | 18 Comments

The Reformation, Martin Luther, the 95 Theses, and the Trial at Worms

Nothing like the scholarly articles of James Swan, . . . but . . . A Montage of scenes from the 2003 Movie, Luther, starring Joseph Fiennes as Martin Luther.  The Montage begins with the 95 theses in 1517, and … Continue reading

Posted in church history, Martin Luther, Reformation