Monthly Archives: November 2016

Confessing the Triune God Advertisements

Posted in church history, Council of Nicea, Development of Doctrine, early church history, The doctrine of the Trinity, Theology, Theology of God

Martin Hengel and R. T. France on the Gospel titles, κατα Μαθθαιον, κατα Μαρκον, κατα Λυκαν, κατα Ιωαννην

Ibn Issam wrote: Sorry but Jesus did not “predict His own arrest, trials, crucifixion, death and resurrection several times.” The Gospels were written by unknown pseudepigraphal authors who were writing about the events after the fact. I understand that argument, … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Bible is not corrupted, Canon of Scripture, Gospel according to John, Gospel according to Luke, Gospel according to Mark, Historical reliability of the Bible, Islam, Muslims, Reliability of the Bible, The 4 gospels and their titles | 1 Comment

A True Christian cannot “affirm” same sex relationships. It is a gospel issue. I Corinthians 6:9-11  

Posted in Apologetics, Homosexuality, The gay agenda

What Islam Really Teaches about Allah and Jesus, by David Wood

Posted in Apologetics, Islam, Muslims

Several problems with Muslim article

Several problems with this article by “the Flying Pir” (Kaleef K. Karim on his blog “Discover the Truth”, linked to at Paul Williams blog. Several problems: 1. The original article leaves out one of oldest and the most important proofs … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, church history, Dhimmi / Dhimmitude, Hadith, Islam, Jihad, Muslims | 2 Comments

What we never see on TV

Originally posted on Blogging Theology:
Peter Hitchens, an Evangelical Christian and brother of the infamous atheist author and debater, Christopher Hitchens, who died of cancer in 2011 – Peter Hitchens gives a great analysis of the left wing political evil of endorsement of abortion. Blogging … Continue reading

Posted in Abortion, Hollywood cultural agenda, moral corruption of culture, Morality and Ethics in Government, Politics

Persecution in the early church

Posted in church history, early church history