A Moral Critique of the Book of Exodus_4

Today at Healingsprings fellowship In recent months I explored some fundamental problems with biblical texts and their doctrinal implication, using the book of Exodus as a case study. This series sparked a lot of questions which has opened my eyes to the degree of assumptions made by Christians about the influence of the faith. I …

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Christian doctrine and Anthromorphism

Thought Leaders Series:2018 By way of context, anthropomorphism is the attribution of human traits, emotions, or intentions to non-human entities. A behaviour which psychologists describe as innate to humans. For example, in religion and mythology, anthropomorphism is the perception of a divine being or beings in human form, or the recognition of human qualities in …

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How did Christian doctrines come about?

Thought Leaders Series: 2018 Did they fall from heaven? Were they passed on by Jesus? By way of context let us examine some building blocks. First, systematic theology. This term which sounds like something out of an engineering lab, is a discipline of Christian theology that formulates an orderly, rational, and coherent account of the …

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Moral Critique of the Book of Exodus_3

Today @ Healingsprings fellowship “They fashioned a tomb for thee, O holy and high one The Cretans, always liars, evil beasts, idle bellies! But thou art not dead: thou livest and abidest forever, For in thee we live and move and have our being.” — Epimenides, Cretica, (6th-century BC philosopher) Epimenides was not a Christian, in …

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A Moral Critique of the Book of Exodus

Today @ Healingsprings fellowship Last week I noted that the Book of Exodus is problematic. And that it promotes a sense of entitlement which byproducts include: nationalism, colonialism, slavery, unfair trade, exploitation, genocide, and religious wars. No matter which angle we treat the Text from, we are still faced with these problems. Hence Prior argues …

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