Tuesday, September 1, 2015

The Messiah made a "mistake" for good reason


Spirited Life
When Jesus Got the Bible Wrong
The Messiah made a "mistake" for good reason.
Andrew Wilson
All of us are tempted on occasion to approach biblical tensions—texts that seem to contradict each other—in flippant or offhand ways. At one end of the spectrum are skeptics who reduce tensions to textual incoherence and human invention... continue reading >>


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