Monthly Archives: August 2013

From Jesus to Paul

I blog about what interests me for that day.  I have always been interested in the Bible stories about Jesus. As a child I believed the stories in the Gospels to be as written. According to Barrie Wilson, I should not continue … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of a Five-Year Old

In 1968, our family lived in Harrisonburg, VA. Our five-year-old son was in kindergarten. His sister, mother and father were enrolled as students at Eastern Mennonite College. We lived in a second floor apartment in the E. G.  Gehman house on the hill behind the school.  … Continue reading

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The Jesus Movement

Separating truth from fiction is not easy work.  In reviewing Barrie Wilson’s book, “How Jesus Became Christian,” I am trying to fairly present Wilson’s basic views, not many of my own.  I am still winnowing. Wilson is an admirer of Jesus. However, as … Continue reading

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