Pluralism and the Person of Jesus

“No serious discussion of the relation of Christianity to other faiths can proceed very far without coming to grips with the towering figure of Jesus. Sooner or later, the blunt question put by Jesus to his followers–‘Who do people say I am?’ (Mark 8:27 NIV)–must be confronted.”-Harold Netland, Dissonant Voices: Religious Pluralism and the Question… Continue reading Pluralism and the Person of Jesus

Kathy Griffen, homosexuality, and Jesus…Irony! *Updated*

Friends, Just for the record, I think KG is a complete moron. If she had anything intelligent to say, she wouldn’t be a comic, she wouldn’t be on the D-List, she wouldn’t be in Hollywood at all. If she were intelligent and had anything meaningful to contribute to the well being of America and her citizens, she’d be sharing… Continue reading Kathy Griffen, homosexuality, and Jesus…Irony! *Updated*

Malcom Muggeridge & Living Water

Friends, I came across this quote too late to include it in yesterday’s meditation, but I thought it was pertinent enough to give it its own place here. I may, I suppose, regard myself, or pass for being, a relatively successful man. People occasionally start at me in the streets-that’s fame. I can fairly easily… Continue reading Malcom Muggeridge & Living Water

90 Days With Jesus, Day 14: John 4:11-26: No Excuses

Friends, these verses are tough. I hope I have done well by them and not obscured the meaning. I have checked my understanding against a couple of commentaries and found that I am not un-orthodox in my interpretation. Nevertheless, I apologize if I have made this more difficult than it needs to be.–Jerry   John 4:11-26   … Continue reading 90 Days With Jesus, Day 14: John 4:11-26: No Excuses