Here is an interview with my favourite public atheist Tim Minchin. By favourite, I mean least obnoxious and most entertaining. He seems to realise that bilious verbal attacks and endless sarcasm do nothing… Continue reading
The more you look at it, the more absurd the notion of “taking the Bible literally” becomes. It cannot be done, and even using the phrase immediately reveals one’s ignorance. But that doesn’t mean it cannot be taken seriously!
In this story we have a glimpse of how all will be drawn to Christ and owned by God.
Gehenna will eventually serve it’s purpose in bringing righteousness to all of God’s creation.
How insane would it be if after the small early harvest, the Hebrew people simply forgot about or burned the biggest harvest of the year?
“Sorry about that, it was my two year old and I see he hasn’t cleared it up yet. All I can suggest is that you bill him for the dry cleaning.”
Wherever someone insists on the existence of free will, it inevitably merges with the claim that men will choose to be annihilated or receive eternal torment or separation from God rather than be saved. Thank God, literally, that this is not the case.
You are supposed to agapaó-love terrorists and predatory paedophiles. Are you going to send them fruit baskets? Give them a big hug, kiss and a backrub?
Foodie fad or the future of cooking?