In the News: Was Jesus Married?

There was an interesting article in the New York Times, September 18, 2012, entitled:  A Faded Piece of Papyrus Refers to Jesus’ Wife. The article begins by trying to establish a contradiction between scripture and history, bolstering the argument by citing an “expert” in the field. Here is the opening paragraph: A historian of early […]

Faltering Between Two Opinions

This evening in our Old Testament class, we will be studying what has become one of my favorite passages:  I Kings 18:17-40.  In 1 Kings 18:21, Elijah challenged the children of Israel.  He asked them how long they would falter between two opinions.  What “two opinions” where they faltering between?  Serving Jehovah God, or serving […]