The Jesus Hoax: A Conversation with David Skrbina

Dr. David Skrbina makes the case that Christianity started as a hoax by St. Paul: “Jesus of Nazareth is one of the most famous men in history.  There are good reasons to believe that he walked the earth some two thousand years ago, and was eventually crucified. But what about Jesus Christ, son of God?  … Continue reading The Jesus Hoax: A Conversation with David Skrbina

The Divine Feminine and Jesus’s Secret Revelations to His Brother

Jann Aldredge-Clanton didn’t start out as a reformer. When she was a pre-teen, she almost starved herself to death trying to fit into the culture’s feminine mold. In high school she felt inadequate because she never won a beauty crown, even though she graduated at the top of her class. Slowly, she began waking up … Continue reading The Divine Feminine and Jesus’s Secret Revelations to His Brother

Losing Our Religion, 9/11 Truth, and the Political Jesus

Leslea Mair is the president and CEO of Zoot Pictures out of Winnipeg, Manitoba. She talks about her latest film,  Losing Our Religion, a feature length documentary about preachers who are not believers, and what atheists do when they miss church. Allowed access to the 600 members of The Clergy Project – a safe haven for preachers … Continue reading Losing Our Religion, 9/11 Truth, and the Political Jesus

Always with us? What Jesus Really Said About the Poor

Politicians like to misquote Jesus to slash programs for the poor. Republican congressman, Roger Marshall of Kansas misused a quote from Jesus to support his program to reduce healthcare benefits for the poor. This is from the article on Stat from March 3rd, 2017: “Just like Jesus said, ‘The poor will always be with us,’” … Continue reading Always with us? What Jesus Really Said About the Poor

Thomas Krattenmaker, Confessions of A Secular Follower of Jesus, September 22-28

Tom Krattenmaker is a writer specializing in religion in public life. He is the author of Onward Christian Athletes and The Evangelicals You Don’t Know. Formerly of Portland, he is now communications director at Yale Divinity School. He is not a believer in God or the supernatural. But he digs Jesus.  In his latest book, … Continue reading Thomas Krattenmaker, Confessions of A Secular Follower of Jesus, September 22-28

[Encore] Bart Ehrman, Jesus Before the Gospels, June 23-29

Were the authors of the gospels who told fanciful stories about Jesus making stuff up, or did they have faulty memories, or both?   Bart Ehrman, The James A Gray Professor of Religious Studies at The University of North Carolina tackles the issue of Jesus and memory.  He is one the most renowned and controversial … Continue reading [Encore] Bart Ehrman, Jesus Before the Gospels, June 23-29

Bart Ehrman, Jesus Before the Gospels, March 24-30

Were the authors of the gospels who told fanciful stories about Jesus making stuff up, or did they have faulty memories, or both?   Bart Ehrman, The James A Gray Professor of Religious Studies at The University of North Carolina tackles the issue of Jesus and memory.  He is one the most renowned and controversial … Continue reading Bart Ehrman, Jesus Before the Gospels, March 24-30