The Many Christian Gospels NOT Approved by your Church

Hi, I wrote an article back in 2013 arguing that Christianity was created and defined by men in closed-door meetings in which I summarized the major Church meetings in chronological order. Please read The Many Councils of Christ: How Christianity was Created in Closed-door Meetings. I now want to write about the many gospels that were …

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John 3:16 Explained

Hi, I want to quickly explain John 3:16. Arguably, the most repeated verse of the New Testament. John 3:16 For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. What it actually means: God created himself to sacrifice himself …

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Jesus in Early Christian Art – Wizard Boy to Royal God!

Young, fresh-faced, boyish...The earliest images of Jesus look nothing like the Jesus we know today. And nothing like the Jesus in the Turin Shroud. Jesus, at first, is a happy, go-lucky character, curly haired and handsome. Ceiling Mosaic of the Arian Baptistry, Ravenna, Italy. ca. end of the 5th century CE. Juan Fernández Navarrete, Baptism …

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Art and Architecture of Early Christianity

Waldemar Januszczak shows how Christianity emerged into the Roman Empire as an artistic force in the third and fourth centuries. Early Christians had no art but practised in secret and Januszczak purports the Rotas Square found throughout the Roman Empire such as at Pompeii were early Christian symbols along with the fish and anchor. With …

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Making “Picadillo” Out of Christian Pastors

Recently, I had the fortune of running into a Christian Pastor during my Facebook travels. I made these people look sooo bad, that they strategically deleted my comments so as to save themselves the embarrassment of getting schooled in their own religion. I must admit, this was a thrashing like no other. I'm not one …

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Why I am Not a Christian: An Examination of the God‐Idea and Christianity – Bertrand Russell

Bertrand Russell, March 6, 1927 [The lecture that is here presented was delivered at the Battersea Town Hall under the auspices of the South London Branch of the National Secular Society, England.] As your chairman has told you, the subject about which I am going to speak to you tonight is "Why I Am Not …

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‘In three days, you shall live’ – Gabriel’s Revelation

In July of 2008 a flurry of academic journals and news sources reported a new archaeological artifact that might “shake our basic view of Christianity”—especially about first-century messianic expectations and the resurrection accounts. The find was a large stone tablet on which was written eighty-seven lines of Hebrew text in ink, but much of the …

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