Unholy Dilemma 2 : A Search for Logic in the New Testament
Overview - Unholy Dilemma 2 continues the discussion of the Bible and this time turns the discussion to the claims and stories contained within the New Covenant or Testament. Unholy Dilemma 2 - A search for logic in the New Testament was not written to either bolster or undermine one's faith. Read more...
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Unholy Dilemma 2 continues the discussion of the Bible and this time turns the discussion to the claims and stories contained within the New Covenant or Testament. Unholy Dilemma 2 - A search for logic in the New Testament was not written to either bolster or undermine one's faith. Nor is it intended to trash the Bible per se. In fact, neither this book nor Unholy Dilemma - A search for logic in the Old Testament is exclusively intended for Christian readers. The Bible is a book like any other book, i.e. a set number of handwritten or printed pages, sewn, stapled or glued together on one side and bound in a protective cover. The word "Bible" comes from the Greek word biblia, which means "book." We may differ regarding the authorship or debate the inspirational input of the contents - but at the end of the day the Bible is still a book - no more and no less. Any book (and that includes the Holy Bible) which purports to contain ultimate and universal truths - and claims to be a moral and spiritual guide for all of mankind, must be able to endure the harsh light of examination - even criticism. If it cannot face up to close scrutiny of the claimed facts, events, and places that it offers as accurate, it must be viewed as suspect. A book, penned between the 6th century BCE and the 1st and 2nd century CE, and containing alterations and insertions made as late as possibly after the 5th century CE cannot claim immunity from analytical comment or scholarly criticism. Neither of my books encourages the reader to disregard the Bible as an instrument of inspiration or view it as irrelevant as a source of spiritual comfort. In fact, many readers of the Bible, as well as my books, will draw any number of differing views and conclusions. That is because different people are - well, different My comments are written to promote thought and even possibly ruffle a few feathers We are certainly not limited to our own preconceived notions unless we decide to hide our heads in the sand and ignore the thoughts and opinions of our fellow-men. If we are that insecure in our beliefs and convictions, perhaps we need to reevaluate the strength of our resolve in key areas. My articles, as well as my books are a product of my Missouri (show me state) upbringing and reflect my need to examine and prove things to myself- they are not for everyone. No opinion or book is for everyone But if one likes to evaluate a matter based on what is presented as truth against scientific evidence and common sense - my Unholy Dilemma books should be received with interest and approval.