In a few days lots of people shall come to gather in the family. For many of them it is supposedly to celebrate the birth of their god. They should remember that the real God, Who is an unseen eternal Spirit Being has no beginning at all (otherwise he would not have been eternal, meaning… Read More Thought for the Christmas time: A sense of history
Nigel Bernard has written a new book entitled “Luke Verse by Verse”. It is a verse-by-verse exposition of the Gospel of Luke. It is available in paperback (A4, 304 pages) at £7.58 plus postage from Lulu at: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/quayexposition.
Ancient tradition has it that, as Irenaeus wrote in the 2nd century, ‘Luke also, the companion of Paul, recorded in a book the Gospel preached by him’. Despite the scepticism of many during the past 150 years, there are good reasons for thinking that it was indeed so. How could one who had shared with… Read More Luke’s Pauline Narrative – Reading the 3rd Gospel
The reason of inclusion of some and the exclusion of other texts in the Bible is to be found in the belief the Jews entertained that the “collection of the sacred books was defined under Divine guidance, and closed at the Divine command”. … Read More What governed the inclusion of some and the exclusion of other texts in the Bible?
If Christendom is astray as to the Father and the Holy Spirit, it is not wonderful that we should find it astray in its conception of the Lord Jesus who is the manifestation of the Father by the Spirit. Christendom believes Christ to be the incarnation of one of three distinct essences, or personalities,… Read More On the Nature of Christ