Christianity · Christology · Jesus Christ

Is this the original Christian concept of God?

My Facebook friend and good acquaintance, Rudolph Boshoff, recently wrote an article on the concept of God from a Christian perspective.  The article is rather interestingly titled, Contemplating the Christian God: Being and Person. Several scholars have contributed greatly to the vast knowledge base of ancient Christianity, including Adolph von Harnack, Albert Schweizer, E.P. Sanders,… Continue reading Is this the original Christian concept of God?

Christianity · Christology · Church · Jesus Christ

Oor Jesus as “gewone mens” – op Karsten se respons

Kritiek is nie altyd maklik om af te sluk nie, veral nie as die teiken van kritiek gekoesterde goedsdiens-leerstellings is nie. Godsdiens het ‘n manier om iemand ‘n tipe carte blanche te gee om ten alle koste te verdedig wat gekoester word. Sodra aanstoot geneem word, word dit gewoonlik terugbetaal met heftiger driftigheid. Karsten se… Continue reading Oor Jesus as “gewone mens” – op Karsten se respons

Christianity · Christology · Church · Jesus Christ

Oor Jesus as “gewone mens”

In ‘n artikel wat ek onlangs op ‘n baie aktiewe Christen-apologetiese webwerf teëgekom het (http://www.antwoord.org.za/2013/04/jesus-gewone-mens/), word daar weer gevra, Was Jesus ‘n gewone mens? Die artikel is ‘n antwoord op vrae van ‘n leser nadat hy/sy ‘n boek deur Prof. Willie Esterhuyse gelees het, God en die gode van Egipte. Ek het self nie die… Continue reading Oor Jesus as “gewone mens”

Christianity · Church

God Responsive implies God Responsible

All organised religions claim that God(s) accompanied them throughout their history, from inception to the present state.  Christianity is no exception.  Claiming pre-Christian origins, modern “orthodox” Christians profess to be the Church Jesus Christ founded, which is also the Church God guided and accompanied throughout the centuries until the present day.  Today’s Church, so they… Continue reading God Responsive implies God Responsible