Tag Archives: Yahweh

To Please Yahweh, or Astound Him?

Allan Callahan Some six decades or so ago there was a rash of flagpole-sitting going on in the U.S. Some of the best known sitters were “Shipwreck” Kelly, who sat atop a flagpole for 12 days; “Spider” Harness, who perched … Continue reading

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The Moses-God Fight

Allan Callahan There is a passage in the Bible that used to puzzle me. It says that God once attempted to kill Moses. It reads: “And it came to pass by the way in the inn, that the Lord met … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Sammy Glick

Nicholas Carter History of Religion texts, and other works that delineate the basic tenets of Judaism, are virtually all alike in one very significant respect: they are monuments of disinformation that both overemphasize and exaggerate the impact of the Jewish … Continue reading

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The Counterfeit Gospel

Nicholas Carter The great question in theology for the Higher Critics1 of organized religion in the late 19th and early 20th centuries was, What is Christianity? The many fine scholars (Couchoud, Guignebert, Klausner, Schweitzer, et al) who dedicated so much … Continue reading

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Christian Enigmas

Nicholas Carter I slipped the aboriginal bonds of Christology a long time ago. When I last visited a church (in 1945, I recall), I was bombarded with a hellfire and damnation sermon. “You [meaning each of us in attendance] are … Continue reading

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