If there was a historical Jesus, we should be able to place him within the proper historical context and from that point, determine what his message was and how it was interrupted by his followers. I will demonstrate through the use of the New Testament, that Jesus was an apocalyptic preacher but not only that, he was also a failed… Read more »
You can’t study early Christianity without studying Gnosticism. Given how we use the term today, one would think that there was a unifying sect of Gnostics amongst the early Christians. However, this is not the case. Gnosticism is a modern construction by scholars. There was not a group of early Christians calling themselves Gnostics. This is C-Webb’s Sunday School!
The other day I was on the Faith and Skepticism podcast to discuss morality. If you haven’t listened yet, head over to faithandskepticism.com and checkout episode 31. The specific topic was: Can objective morality exist without God? After the conversation was over and I had time to think back on my position, I feel like I have to clarify and expand… Read more »
I had originally intended for episode 30 to be part two of I Apologize but after looking at the teleological argument and the argument from personal experience, I was satisfied with its conclusions and I have taken William Lane Craig up on his offer and accepted Jesus Christ as my personal Lord and Savior…nah, not really. I actually covered these… Read more »
Are Christian Apologist delusional? Are they lying to themselves? Do they actually believe what they are saying? Should we respect apologetics as an academic discipline? In this episode, I take a look at this topic and respond to a few claims often made by apologist for the existence of God. This is C-Webb’s Sunday School!
In episode 27, I went over four classical arguments for the existence of God and their refutations from the book Irreligion by John Allen Paulos. In this episode I am going to look at four subjective arguments for the existence of God and their refutations along with my own interpretation and explanations. I feel it is important for religious critics… Read more »