I was speaking to my rather elderly neighbor yesterday and a topic involving Leviticus and Deuteronomy came up. This is how I explained the difference: Leviticus presents a ritualistic (priestly/land) […]

Last week, I posted something on Brian Thomas who had used additions to justify the historical reliability of Scripture (because Scripture needs us to justify it. bah!). Today, Craig Adams posted something […]

There are already several arguments that scholars have made against Penal Substitutionary Atonement that I will not delve into here. Why? Because they are appeals to emotion, and they are […]