Was Jesus God?
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Christmas is around the corner, and there are two subjects you are not supposed to talk about in polite company: religion and politics. I deal with politics every day. So why not go after religion?
My guest today, Darrell Bock, is a Research Professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. He is an editor for Christianity Today and past president of the Evangelical Thelogical Society. He is the author of Dethroning Jesus Concepts: Popular Culture’s Quest to Unseat the Biblical Christ.
I’ve always felt that I should be able to discuss any controversial topic. Some of you will be unhappy with my evangelical guest. Some of you will be unhappy with me for questioning and challenging the basic tenets of Christianity.
But hopefully many of you will hear a conversation of respectful disagreement, where all questions may be asked and none fear the consequences of the answers. Here’s your chance — whatever your beliefs — to explore the beliefs of others. I hope many of you call in.
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Kiss my hot asphalt December 28, 2007 10:35 am
The obvious answer is that Pat Robertson is traveling a highway with destination hotter than Needles, Ca
Skip December 25, 2007 2:52 pm
Pat “I am a businessman” Robertson is claiming that the following quote from the Bible taken from Isiah Chapter 35 is proof that I-35 is a divine highway.
“A highway shall be there, and a road,” reads a portion of the chapter’s verse eight, “and it shall be called the Highway of Holiness. The unclean shall not pass over it…”
Ask yourself this, which is more likely? That I-35 is a divine highway? Or is this a ploy to get Christians to think that the expansion of this highway into the NAFTA superhighway is some how a good thing and is god’s will? The answer seems pretty obvious.
Chagrinning from ear to ear December 22, 2007 10:30 am
Sean–“mercurious” is a misspelling with perhaps its own subliminal meaning–but something that is already there–cannot be imposed–it just is–as white light contains all the colors of the rainbow and all the meaning that life can bring
Guided by Inner Light
The sage is illumined
by an inner light
glowing the awareness
of the Tao,
is the same as receiving,
and truth teaching
is the job of living,
In raising collective consciousness
to new levels of conduct
where compassion is spread impartially,
all inclusively, spontaneously,
to cover all possible scenarios,
Realizing the bad man is but
the good man’s opportunity
to do love’s duty,
instructing while conveying respect,
at a time,
making the universe
a better place.
Vicky December 21, 2007 7:12 pm
You might be interested in knowing that Marianne Williamson features Gordon’s poetry on her blog as well!
Sean December 21, 2007 3:07 pm
Did you mean Mercurius? I liked your poem too, and in fact enjoyed all the ones you’ve been posting on the different threads the past couple days.
I liked the theme of the Adam man and the ideas of light bringing – but I don’t suppose to impose the white of any light. How about thoughts of the colored lodges of man?
Blue under the open sky…
Red revolutionizing change…
White enlightening the elevated…
Black to balance the man god white…