Monthly Archives: August 2015

Christian Texts and History • Couchoud's 'Is Marcion's Gospel One of the Synoptics?'

By MrMacSon Link to a scan of a translation (by Joan Ferro, for the Hibbert Journal) of a Thesis delivered to the Sixth International Congress on the History of Religions, at Brussells, September 1935, by Paul-Louis Couchoudby the title – ‘Is Marcion’s Gospel One of the Synoptics?’ – https://attachment.fbsbx.com/file_download.php?id=395707257306055&eid=ASvN8-LOrstZTLCuui-2LFB-_Lewjhp2dX7KuPmHcVGTnNYLY774oW_ToXWx7A7gsQs&inline=1&ext=1440201711&hash=ASslGVEBmrzhnsXvStatistics: Posted by MrMacSon …read more

Martyrs

By Scott Fritzsche Martyr. noun. 1.a person who willingly suffers death rather than renounce his or her religion. This is what we as Christians have long understood the definition of martyr to be. […]
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ugh… apologetics

By Joel L. Watts I know… some of you are going to mount a defense against this… apologetics. The rational defense of Christian faith. Historically, apologetic arguments of various types have been given: philosophical […]
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