An examination of one of my favorite contradictions in the Bible. Did Jesus tell his opponents he would not give a sign to them (Mark 8:11-13) or did he refuse to give any sign except one – the sign of Jonah (Matthew 16:1-4)?
Arguably, the central question of the Gospel of Mark is one that comes from the lips of the Markan Jesus himself: “Who do you say that I am?” (Mark 16:29) In the nearly two-thousand years since Mark wrote those words there have been myriad… Continue Reading “‘Christology in Mark’s Gospel: Four Views’ – A Brief Review”
Dr. Danny Akin has three reasons for believing the Bible is free from error. And they’re really bad.
For those who are interested, Jonathan Burke has posted the second video in his series responding to my views on Satan and demons in Paul and the Gospels. (Click here for the previous post containing part 1.) I’ll refrain from making any substantive comments… Continue Reading “Jonathan Burke Responds to My Post on Satan and Demons (part 2)”
Who is Jesus? From a Christadelphian perspective, he’s the Son of God but not God the Son. Kameron Mazurek explains.
It’s the inaugural episode of ‘Amateur Hour w/the Amateur Exegete!’
Over on Twitter, I was recently followed by @bibleautopsy. It must have slipped under my radar because I didn’t look into their profile, nor did I follow back. But after I saw a tweet in which they tagged Joshua Bowen, I wanted to see… Continue Reading “Musings on Mark: A Promising New Series on the Gospel of Mark”
Script for Amateur Exegesis – Season 2, Episode 9: “The Lord’s Day, A Thief’s Night”
Here’s the script for episode 4 of this season of ‘Amateur Exegesis.’