Long before the “lost gospel” was found, Dr. Mark Goodacre had a webpage devoted to the pseudepigrapha tale. You can find it here. In Wilson and Jacobovici’s book they declare, without regard for logic, that the story in Joseph and Aseneth 16 is the “First Holy Communion Ever.” One would think that this audacious statement […]
For the past few weeks in Sunday School, we’ve discusses the above named early Christian writings. We wrapped it up this past Sunday. Here are some thoughts… What are the things you need when creating/forming a qualitatively new religion. I maintain Christianity grew out of Judaism. At this level, then, it was not quantitatively new, as […]
This is only a statement of my viewpoint on Acts 2.42, especially in light of the NLT. I am, as always, open to discussion and would encourage it.
From the Didache (early 2nd century), Chapter 1.
Father Thomas D. Williams on Catholics & Abortion on National Review Online. I am not a Catholic, but I do admire their pro-life views.