Tag: atheism

A Critique of Bart Ehrman’s Methodology as a ‘Historian’

Bart Ehrman in church

I was very excited to begin reading How Jesus Became God by Bart Ehrman, having recently read and reviewed another of his books, Misquoting Jesus. The latter book gave some very interesting insights into the transmission of the Christian sacred texts (i.e. how they… Continue Reading “A Critique of Bart Ehrman’s Methodology as a ‘Historian’”

Blog Tour (Day 8): Yellow Poppies

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Hi everyone! In today’s blog tour post I’ll be sharing an interview I did for Ashley Tanner, who is the very kind and gracious writer behind the Yellow Poppies blog. Ashley is married with four children so I’m especially honoured that she has been… Continue Reading “Blog Tour (Day 8): Yellow Poppies”

Blog Tour (Day 2): Madman’s Lantern

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Hi friends. Welcome to the second instalment of the God’s Grand Game blog tour. I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s post which was David Robertson’s overview of the book on his blog ‘A Perennial Follower’. In case you missed it, you can read the article… Continue Reading “Blog Tour (Day 2): Madman’s Lantern”

Creation and Creator

A picture of the cosmos with a planet in the foreground

I found this diagram really useful in depicting the different ways people see the relationship between God and the universe: In theism, God and the universe are separate, but God can intervene in creation. In deism, God and the universe are separate and distinct… Continue Reading “Creation and Creator”

A response to Richard Dawkins on the absurdity of the crucifixion

A portrait photograph of Richard Dawkins

There’s a lot that I don’t agree with Richard Dawkins about. But he once said this in an interview: “It’s a horrible idea that God, this paragon of wisdom and knowledge and power, couldn’t think of a better way to forgive us our sins… Continue Reading “A response to Richard Dawkins on the absurdity of the crucifixion”