Ludicrous, Liar, or Lazy? SJ Thomason, Child Sacrifice, and Why You Should Actually Read Your Sources

I had not planned to write about pop-apologist SJ Thomason for a while. Back in February she wrote a response to a piece I had written concerning the dating of the Gospels[1] and while I had been working on a rebuttal to it I gave it up because, let’s be honest, it would take way too... Continue Reading →

Caught in the Act: SJ Thomason Is At It Again

"You shall not steal." Exodus 20:15, NRSV This year pop-apologist SJ Thomason finally published her long-awaited book titled Why Christianity Matters: Historical, Sociocultural, and Moral Reasons to Follow Jesus Christ.[1] It is little more than blogposts she has written in the past warmed over with little to no editing. Expectations, in other words, aren’t very high. The... Continue Reading →

To see all posts in this series, please refer to its index. Thomason's "rebuttal" of Bart Ehrman's Misquoting Jesus1 continues, this time focusing on the end of chapter one as well as on chapter two. The post entitled "Does Ehrman's 'Misquoting Jesus' Give Reasons to Doubt the New Testament?"2 is more pop-apologetic tripe from the Queen of... Continue Reading →

To see all posts in this series, please refer to its index. Last year I wrote a five-part series on Heather Schuldt's terrible attempt at taking on biblical scholar Bart Ehrman.1 Now pop-apologist SJ Thomason wants to have her moment in the sun as she responds to Bart Ehrman's fifteen year old book Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who... Continue Reading →

The Weekly Roundup – 12.7.18

"The death of the messiah [in Mark's Gospel], at the hour of the cross, is the advent of the υἱὸς τοῦ ἀνθρώπου, who has come with great power and glory (13:26)." - Danny Yencich On 11.25.18 Twitter users @Shann_Q0 and @paulogia0 had a discussion with pop-apologist SJ Thomason covering a wide-range of topics including Gospel authorship,... Continue Reading →

Evangelical Eisegesis: A Dalliance with Daniel, part 1

"Fulfilled prophecies are what distinguish the Bible from other holy texts and are evidence of direct revelations by God." - SJ Thomason.1 In a bid to demonstrate the superiority of Christianity and the significance of Jesus of Nazareth, pop-apologists often appeal to so-called prophecies found in the Hebrew scriptures that are "fulfilled" in the events... Continue Reading →

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