Tag Archives: Christianity

Reflections on My Human Design Profile

2/4 Projector I admit it: I like my own company. In fact, some of my best thinking comes when I don’t have to engage in communicating with others. But then I turn around and write a daily blog about what … Continue reading

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Is There a Direct Link Between Four World Religions?

From Buddha, through Jesus and Muhammad, to Baha’u’llah Ever since I started charting historical personages, astrologically, I’ve had a nagging thought about the connections of the most familiar leaders/originators of four of the world’s religions. But before I show you … Continue reading

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Christian Ethics: Could You Do This?

Jesus and the Rich Young Man This parable is the stumbling-block for most Christians. Here is a synopsis of the story from Wikipedia: In Matthew and Mark, the discussion is set within the period when Jesus ministered in Perea, east … Continue reading

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Mystery: Did Another Betty Go for a Ride in a UFO?

The Andreasson Affair This abduction had a totally different flavour to it: Christianity. Betty Andreasson in what would be several other prior alien encounters saw ‘the Lord’. Only under hypnosis did she remember. On the evening of 25th January 1967, … Continue reading

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What’s All This About a “Poached Egg”?

Clive Staples Lewis (November 29, 1898 – November 22, 1963) This post is in response to a HillFaith post I got in my email account today. Now, I have a great respect for C. S. Lewis. My parents thought he … Continue reading

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All Hail! The Conquering Heroes of Judea

Rome’s Trinity of Emperors Have you ever why our calendar system uses the term Anno Domini? Up until this morning, I presumed it was because of Jesus. And in a way, I was correct, but during the night I kept … Continue reading

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Paranoia: Were Saul of Tarsus and Josephus Contemporaries?

The Devil’s in their Details Except for the Acts of the Apostles, and Paul’s letters in the New Testament, there would be no other ‘proof’ of his existence. Isn’t it interesting how awkward that makes it for anyone believing his … Continue reading

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Josephus: Jewish-Born Roman Myth-Maker

Titus Flavius Josephus (37 – 100 AD) If you’re going to ensure that your life improves after being captured by your enemy, you need to embrace your new family as if God had foreordained their victory over you and your … Continue reading

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Farce: Did the Disciples Mistake Lazarus’ for Jesus’?

The Empty Tomb As General Frederick “Boy” Browning said: “Well, as you know, I always felt we tried to go a bridge too far.” And I think the same thing about the author of “Caesar’s Messiah”. It is thus possible … Continue reading

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Satire: The Gospels as a “Jewish War” Prequel

Caesar’s Messiah (2005) I’ve always had this nagging feeling of unease when reading the stories of Jesus in the New Testament. I wrote of it before, preferring The Gospel of Thomas to the other ‘authorized’ gospels, even John’s. That a … Continue reading

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