God created all of us in ‘his’ likeness. If we remove the sexism, assuming there is only one God, then God is both male and female. For simplification I’ll keep calling God ‘he’ .. If God created all of us in his likeness, then some part of him is black, white, yellow, red and gay. … Continue reading Created in ‘his’ likeness …
Jesus was hung on a cross for humanity’s sins. We know he was crucified because we have proof now, but the ‘why’ of this is up for interpretation. Christian folk have been taught that he was an innocent man tortured to save each of us, condemned for no reason but that he spoke out against … Continue reading Why do we keep punishing Jesus?
... the reason for the season. Last Christmas, and many Christmases before that one, I have seen those words on signs outside various churches around many towns. I remember the first time I saw it, I thought how untrue it was. Here was the Xmas rush happening around me, more traffic, more toys, more goods … Continue reading Jesus is …
Let me set the scene: a discussion on another site, with a person (A) who says that the Bible says s/he is justified to seek vengeance against another person (B), by cursing them .. literally using a spell. This person (B) had done the victim (A), and others s/he says, harm, and the curse had … Continue reading Vengeance is Mine!
Good afternoon all, I was going to write about the concept of vengeance in the bible, OT & NT, but got distracted by a blog from Heather "Move from this Mountain" and then dropped in on Stephen's Space where he has taken all my questions in my second post in September 2011 and answered them … Continue reading Dancing with the Word
Morning all, I went through my blog looking for mentions of Judas. I'm amazed that I haven't mentioned him at all, because he is one of the puzzles of the story of Jesus, and so many people see him as a true villain. I even know a lady whose husband believes he is the reincarnation … Continue reading Judas, my hero!
Just this morning a friend and I, were discussing various biblical topics, and got onto the Wrath of God and what it actually is? I pulled out the dictionary, given my very questioning turn of mind, and found - Wrath - 1. Forceful, often vindictive anger. 2. a. Punishment or vengeance as a manifestation of … Continue reading When is Wrath not Wrath?