Tag: crucifixion

Christological Conundrums

A cartoon-like painting of Jesus a tree

I have spent some time recently studying Christian apologetics (defence of the faith) and have heard some Muslim scholars raising interesting questions about the Trinity and the dual (human & divine) nature of Christ. Here are a few thoughts. One Muslim questioner was asking… Continue Reading “Christological Conundrums”

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”