“But Paul Never Met Jesus”And Other Bad Arguments About Paul On The Internet


J. Warner Wallace on Dumping the term “Christian Apologist”


Are Allah and the God of Christianity the Same? Nabeel Qureshi Answers


Four Problems in Atheist/Theist Discussions


“So What is the ‘Good News?’”


The current disarray in our culture has lead to confusion, anxiety, misunderstanding, and division. What is the cure to this issue? Preach the Good News!  It is a message of reconciliation. Over the years I have spoken to many people about the claims of the Christian faith, I have continually asked myself if I am getting the Gospel right when I share it with others. There have been a slew of books questioning “What is the Gospel?” After looking at the Bible (where else might we get our understanding of this topic from?), I have concluded the Gospel is presented in a variety of contexts. Let’s take a look:

The Gospel Before Jesus

Continue at: https://chab123.wordpress.com/2016/07/11/so-what-is-the-good-news/

A Closer Look at the “Son of Man” Saying of Jesus

The Son of Man/Elect One

The “Son of Man” (bar nash, or bar nasha) expression is employed to Jesus’ earthly ministry (Mk. 2:10,28; 10:45; Matt. 13:37). Second, the expression  was used to describe the suffering,  death and resurrection of Jesus (Mk. 8:31;9:31;10:33). Thirdly, the Son of Man has a future function as an eschatological judge (Matt. 25:31-36; Mark 14:60-65).  Jesus spoke of this function in the following texts:


28 Suggested Readings on Christology