Category Archives: Biblical Issues

Is the Genocide in the Bible Justified?

I recently received this response to my article Why I Quit Christianity published a few years ago (August 8, 2011). The writer identified himself as Timothy. Richard, I really appreciate your open heart on the subject of Christianity. What exactly does that mean? Christianity was identified as the culprit during the dark ages of Catholicism […]

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Two Thousand Reasons to Believe Dr. Hugh Ross Might Not Be Entirely Credible

Unique among all books ever written, the Bible accurately foretells specific events-in detail-many years, sometimes centuries, before they occur. Approximately 2500 prophecies appear in the pages of the Bible, about 2000 of which already have been fulfilled to the letter—no errors. ~ Dr. Hugh Ross With these words Dr. Hugh Ross simultaneously opened and eviscerated […]

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The Inextricable Sexism of the Bible

The Theological Sexism of the Bible The Bible is an ancient book written by primitive men with primitive morals, chief amongst them being a thoroughly sexist view of women. Sexism saturates the Bible from beginning to end. It is inextricable because it is entwined with the fundamental theological understanding of God himself who is not […]

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Where’s Adam? The Mystery of the Missing Mythological Chapters of Genesis

My wife Rose and I were discussing her research concerning the Christian concept of marriage as between one man and one women. Most Christians try to support their opinion by citing Christ’s reference to Adam and Eve becoming “one flesh” (Matt 19:5). Recalling the high frequency of divinely sanctioned polygamy in the Old Testament, which […]

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The Lost World of Genesis 1 by John Walton

In this book John Walton presents the reader with a compelling exegesis of Genesis 1, focusing on Gods creation of the function and order of the cosmos, rather than the typical account of its seven-day material creation. John delves into the world-view and mindset of the different civilizations of that ancient time period and shows […]

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