Mythology's Last Gods: Yahweh and Jesus by William Harwood
Mythology's Last Gods: Yahweh and Jesus William Harwood ebook
Publisher: Prometheus Books
Jaco Gericke, "Can God Exist If Yahweh Doesn't?"). So do not think this is the last pope. Dec 12, 2013 - Imagine a Christian denomination which rejected a vast sweep of the Bible as simple mythology, welcomed deistic priests, and even conducted some services which made no mention of a god whatsoever, as in the Jewish Reform movement. Ok, so what does it mean to say that God doesn't change? Mar 10, 2013 - For some time now I've been meaning to review something by the South African scholar Jaco Gericke. Feb 5, 2013 - In a bible study I'm part of we have been going through the book of Hebrews. Mar 25, 2013 - We don't know the details of what happened. Jul 1, 2013 - I think many of the people in the world believe that there God or something other who created the world. You probably know, Jews look to God (YHWH) as our savior; not even messiah is our savior – he is God's instrument of salvation. 7 days ago - Reuters' write-up of the incident tried to explain away the pope's rudeness and historical revisionism, asserting, “Modern-day discourse about Jesus is complicated and often political.” The report went on to delicately mention, . By saying that Jesus doesn't change, especially in this changing world, the writer of Hebrews is saying Jesus is God (Yahweh). We're on the last chapter, where we've been somewhat (and yet happily) stuck, and last week ended up covering a single verse (Hebrews 13:8): "Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever. As pointed out previously, since Christians no longer really believe in the biblical God Yahweh, they engage in "reconstructive mythologyit only seems to work because people forget that God used to be Yahweh. Besides the obvious commonalities of such themes with other ancient religions now taught as mythology, this hardly appears to be monotheistic at all. He's not “Petrus Romanus”, Ha Ha. Jan 1, 2012 - I don't plan to do a full chapter by chapter review, but below I will discuss, in some detail, one of my favorites in the book (chapter 5, by Dr.