Daily Archives: 8 Apr 2012
It seems that a Canadian host caught Simcha Jacobovici in a labyrinth of changing directions and blind alleys. Robert Cargill notes In the video, Simcha admits he is “not a theologian, not a Christian,” and of course, elsewhere has admitted … Continue reading
Free speech, music, what next, the internet? The Israeli Opera has asked a U.K.-based Israeli choreographer to remove an excerpt of a Richard Wagner opera from the soundtrack of her show, which will be showcased in Tel Aviv next month. … Continue reading
Or more accurately- what new evil is he up to now… A British man may have fathered 600 children by repeatedly using his own sperm in a fertility clinic he ran, it has emerged. Gross. Bertold Wiesner Chris Tilling and … Continue reading
A genuinely fascinating good read. In the 20th century, most US presidents and presidential candidates were Baptists, Episcopalians, Presbyterians—in other words, Protestants. But in the 2012 presidential race? With a Mormon, a traditionalist Catholic, and a nondenominational Christian with ties … Continue reading
“If Christ is risen, nothing else matters. If Christ is not risen, nothing else matters.” ~ Jaroslav Pelikan
Pretty intriguing stuff here. Pentecostals…. what a mystery they are.
And 53% don’t know what Easter is at all. The Daily Star has picked up on a poll conducted by the hotel chain Travelodge: A QUARTER of children reckon Easter is about celebrating the Easter Bunny’s birthday. 53% do not … Continue reading
And this time it’s truly a fish and hasn’t been Photoshopped to look like one!
Once more- criticism of Israeli policy isn’t anti-semitism any more than criticism of American policy is anti-Americanism or criticism of Iranian policy is anti-Persianism. But it suits the government of Israel to foist the anti-semitic card because it stirs emotions … Continue reading
But of course he does. Of course he does. But it doesn’t matter what he believes because 1) he isn’t an archaeologist; 2) he isn’t a biblical scholar; and 3) he isn’t a theologian. Further, there are lots of tinfoil … Continue reading