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By Scott Fowler I am frequently asked if all sins are equally bad or if some sins are worse than others. Sometimes I just hear the statement being made in passing, “Well, we know that all sins are equal in God’s eyes.” Usually, this idea is tied to the sentiment suggesting…

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March 28, 2013   By Scott Fowler I would love to hear your thoughts on the questions below! “Are all sins equal in the sight of God?”  Put another way, “Is one sin worse than another?” If yes or no, please explain. Then answer this, “Why does the church spend so…

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And another thing about Sunday night’s “The Bible”

There was another portrayal from the fourth part of The Bible on the History Channel that was potentially the most explosive insinuation of the entire series thus far. It wasn’t Peter walking on the water, although Burnett and Downey’s depiction of that story came awfully close to saying it was just a dream. I think the view of Peter … Continue reading

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“Messing with the Barbecue!” The Bible on the History Channel, Part 4

Don’t Mess with the Barbecue! I’m from Texas and one of the things I miss here in New York is good-ol’ Texas barbecue. I have really only had barbecue at one particular New York establishment that I thought made passing marks. (Surely there are other places as well! I have to hope so anyway.) But, … Continue reading

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By Roger Erdvig “Boys will be boys,” the old saying goes. But did you know that boys in Massachusetts’ schools who consider themselves to be girls have the protected right to use the girl’s bathroom, and girls who self-identify as boys enjoy the same right? Apparently, the truth about reality is…

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By Roger Erdvig Remember “Bill Nye the Science Guy”? Bill Nye starred in a series of science videos that have been used to make science fun in homes and classrooms for years. I always had my suspicions about his worldview, but now I know for sure where he’s coming from. Take…

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By Scott Fowler This, of course, is not a surprise. If you can believe it, the logic Bell uses is the bigger problem. Essentially he is saying, “What we have currently believed in the evangelical church is alienating people so, let’s change what we believe. People will like us more.” NOTE:…

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Rob Portman – Caricature (Photo credit: DonkeyHotey) By Scott Fowler In  a blog entry not yet published called The Sinking Ship of Evangelicalism . . .  , I wrote: Some are abandoning evangelicalism for political reasons. The fabled evangelical block of power failed conservatives in the last two major elections. Now,…

Culture Apologetic / Current Event / History Channel Bible

What Critics are saying about The Bible on the History Channel

Source URL: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/historys-bible-what-critics-are-425767 2:05 PM PST 3/3/2013 by Jane Kellogg History’s ‘The Bible’: What The Critics Are Saying The miniseries left THR’s [The Hollywood Reporter] TV critic wondering who the intended audience was for this “fractious and overwrought” adaptation of the most well-known and popular book in the history of humanity. Will The Bible be as popular on … Continue reading

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The Bible on the History Channel . . . A Review

I have learned from past experience that practically any time channels like The Discovery Channel, the Biography Channel, A & E, and in this case The History Channel, try to take a closer look at the Bible or Jesus, it always comes from the perspective of human reasoning and not a belief in the supernatural, … Continue reading