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The Great Divide

Speaking to a christian, I encountered a great hurdle in thinking, a chasm of understanding between us. After explaining that I was not a christian, that I rejected the claim that Jesus was the Christ, the promised anointed Davidic king, … Continue reading

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We don’t worship the same god

So I’m married to a Christian. For the sake of peace in the home, I sometimes attend her church. Our young son noticed not only that I don’t take part in their worship, but when invited to hold hands in … Continue reading

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The Angel of the Lord

A victim of the christian insistence that Jesus must be in the Jewish Bible is the angel. Claims are made that because the angel seems to be equated with God when the text is read superficially, somehow that angel becomes … Continue reading

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Peek-a-boo God/man: a doctrine of (in)convenience

When the christian adopts the belief that in Jesus two contradictory natures became one, it can be of no surprise that his divine monster will switch hats at a whim, that an explanation will need to be on hand when … Continue reading

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God is a community – WHAT???

An argument I hear every now and again for the notion of the trinity is that the only way God can truly be a relationship being, someone we can relate with, he has to be a relationship being. Therefore, from … Continue reading

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Teaching my son about God

My young son will have it hard. Not only does he have to live with the atheism of modern culture, but with me being married to a christian who goes to church, he is going to be faced with the … Continue reading

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Infinity of foolishnesses

“Furthermore, though He is a man, He is not merely a man. He is infinite and eternal. He is–by very nature–God (Hebrews 1). He has both a divine and a human nature. Since He is human, He can represent humans … Continue reading

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