Category Archives: pseudo-scholarship
His is a totally parochial view of the church, as though a fragment of it, in America alone, represents the whole. Heck, not even all, or most, Christians in America are Molechgelicals. There are some. And frankly, 6 is too … Continue reading
NAILS controversially linked to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ have fragments of ancient bone and wood embedded in them, a bombshell new study has revealed. The nails were allegedly found in Jerusalem, in a first-century burial cave believed to be … Continue reading
DBH’s declaration is simply dishonest. Both in terms of his assessment of Calvin and in his assessment of Aquinas. But that’s what happens when the desire to be famous eclipses one’s sense of honesty and common sense. And it’s yet … Continue reading
The ignorance of these people is astonishing. Just astonishing. They pretend to honor Scripture but they don’t care enough about it to read it in the languages in which it was written. They are theological frauds.
Ariel Sabar tweets The miracles of eBay: a “Coptic Papyrus Gospel collection of 5” for sale today for just $327, so long as you’re okay with their being “museum grade prints” (i.e. fakes) using “archival media” and “pigment inks with … Continue reading
This is what happens when you have a blind hermeneutical commitment and are unwilling to recognize your own error.
There’s a translation out there called ‘The Pure Word’. I’m not going to link to it because I don’t want to. Here’s its take on John 3:16- King James Version: “For God so loved the world, that he gave his … Continue reading
Reading this book I can’t escape the impression that King was targeted for this fraud because she has always been interested in counter-orthodoxy. The con man knew she would swallow the bait because he knew she was always looking for … Continue reading
I heard an ELCA pastor last night say that the story of the Centurion and his request that Jesus heal his servant was a story about the Centurion (Luke 7:1-10) and his ‘boyfriend’. He claimed that παις in Greek means … Continue reading
And what qualifies dear Trevor to hold such an idiotic view? Why he’s a college student with a passion, of course. Who is in the process of earning a bachelor’s degree. In business admin. Not theology. Business admin. And he’s … Continue reading
And then when you get there the article informs you that there’s no connection between the two- but now that you’ve been sucked in by the deceptive title, why not hang out and read about the author’s view of the … Continue reading
That’s lunacy. It’s both historically ignorant and, worse, it implies that no one but English speakers have a real Bible. Utter nonsense and, frankly, demonic. This is this year’s dilettante.
BAR republished a piece yesterday that was first published several years back about ‘children’ in Ancient Israel. Apparently when it first appeared it wasn’t as well received as one might imagine. One commentator observed back in October of 2018 This … Continue reading
But if you can cite a source in Luther (and not just about Luther) I’d love to see it.
And utterly ignorant of the history of Luther’s life.
As though the Old Testament has no meaning (or cannot be understood properly) without the New Testament when the truth is, the New Testament cannot be properly understood without the Old Testament. Nope. You aren’t the first to notice something … Continue reading
Andrew Tobolowsky writes, among other things In short, in trying to create a Museum of the Bible, the Greens have been unscrupulous and careless in collecting artifacts thereof. They have muddied the water that we desperately need to be clear … Continue reading