Jesus May Have Been Born in December After All

As surprising and controversial as that claim may be, given what little information we have about when Yehoshua ha'Mashiach (Jesus the Messiah, also known as the Christ) was born, December - possibly (but not necessarily) the 25th - is a completely legitimate candidate for the time His birth. The favourite alternative to December 25th is … Continue reading Jesus May Have Been Born in December After All

The Church Fathers’ REAL Opinions on the Apocrypha

I've mentioned in a couple posts now how Protestant apologists often claim that most of the early Church Fathers explicitly rejected the Apocrypha (also known as the Deuterocanon) - usually naming names such as Origen - when in fact most of them (such as the ones Protestants name) explicitly accepted them as Scripture.  But I … Continue reading The Church Fathers’ REAL Opinions on the Apocrypha

Refuting Myths, Misconceptions and Lies About Our Faith

Here is a collection of a few different, persistent, and very frustrating myths, misconceptions, or even outright lies that circulate in connection with Christianity.  I thought I'd gather a few into one place and set the record straight. "Constantine/the Council of Nicea invented Jesus/Jesus' divinity/the doctrine of Hell in 325 AD" Whoever came up with … Continue reading Refuting Myths, Misconceptions and Lies About Our Faith

Restored English Translation of Matthew: Chapter 6

At long last, here is my Restored English Translation (RET) of Matityahu (Matthew) chapter 6.  As usual, it contains the Hebrew names, with a glossary of them at the end. (To clarify: CHAPTER 6 1 “Take heed that you do not do your alms before men, to be seen of them; otherwise you have no … Continue reading Restored English Translation of Matthew: Chapter 6