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The short answer is: no. The slightly longer answer is: there is absolutely no reliable evidence that this was the case, and if Jesus was married, then we would see at least some indication of that in the New Testament documents—just as we know that Paul was not married, and Peter was, from a throw-away comment about the rights of an apostle 1 Cor 9. More to the point, there is some awkwardness in Jesus not being married. It was not unknown, but normally taking a wife and having children would be expected of a rabbi, and Jesus was at least unusual in not being married. So we can be confident that Jesus was indeed single. Does it matter?

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I knew from the age of eight that I wanted to study history at Cambridge and become a historian. My identity lay in academic achievement, and my secular humanism was based on self-evident truths. There, I attended three guest lectures by world-class philosopher and atheist public intellectual, Peter Singer. Singer recognised that philosophy faces a vexing problem in relation to the issue of human worth. The natural world yields no egalitarian picture of human capacities. What about the child whose disabilities or illness compromises her abilities to reason?

Yet, without reference to some set of capacities as the basis of human worth, the intrinsic value of all human beings becomes an ungrounded assertion; a premise which needs to be agreed upon before any conversation can take place.

But I knew from my own research in the history of European empires and their encounters with indigenous cultures, that societies have always had different conceptions of human worth, or lack thereof.

The premise of human equality is not a self-evident truth: it is profoundly historically contingent. I began to realise that the implications of my atheism were incompatible with almost every value I held dear. One afternoon, I noticed that my usual desk in the college library was in front of the Theology section.

With an awkward but humble reluctance, I opened a book of sermons by philosopher and theologian Paul Tillich. As I read, I was struck at how intellectually compelling, complex, and profound the gospel was. A few months later, near the end of my time at Oxford, I was invited to a dinner for the International Society for the Study of Science and Religion. During dinner, Briggs asked me whether I believed in God.

I fumbled. Perhaps I was an agnostic? With the freedom of being an outsider to American culture, I was able to see an active Christianity in people who lived their lives guided by the gospel: feeding the homeless every week, running community centres, and housing and advocating for migrant farm laborers.

In the Summer of , I began a new job as Assistant Professor at Florida State University, where I continued my research examining the relationship between the history of science, Christianity, and political thought.

One Sunday, shortly before my 28 th birthday, I walked into a church for the first time as someone earnestly seeking God. Before long I found myself overwhelmed. At last I was fully known and seen and, I realised, unconditionally loved — perhaps I had a sense of relief from no longer running from God.

A friend gave me C. From there, I started a rigorous diet of theology, reading the Bible and exploring theologians such as Reinhold Niebuhr, Paul Ramsey, and F. Christianity, it turned out, looked nothing like the caricature I once held.

I found the story of Jacob wrestling with God especially compelling: God wants anything but the unthinking faith I had once assumed characterized Christianity. God wants us to wrestle with Him; to struggle through doubt and faith, sorrow and hope. Moreover, God wants broken people, not self-righteous ones. And salvation is not about us earning our way to some place in the clouds through good works. On the contrary; there is nothing we can do to reconcile ourselves to God.

As a historian, this made profound sense to me. I was too aware of the cycles of poverty, violence and injustice in human history to think that some utopian design of our own, scientific or otherwise, might save us. Christianity was also, to my surprise, radical — far more radical than the leftist ideologies with which I had previously been enamored.

The love of God was unlike anything which I expected, or of which I could make sense. In becoming fully human in Jesus, God behaved decidedly unlike a god.

Why submit to humiliation and death on a cross, in order to save those who hate you? God suffered punishment in our place because of a radical love. This sacrificial love is utterly opposed to the individualism, consumerism, exploitation, and objectification, of our culture. To live as a Christian is a call to be part of this new, radical, creation.

I am not passively awaiting a place in the clouds. Just as radical, I realized, was the new creation which Christ began to initiate. I am redeemed by Christ, so now I have work to do. This article is copyrighted to The Veritas Forum and may not be reposted without prior written consent from The Veritas Forum. Please contact content veritas. Next up? Can a scientist believe in the resurrection?

Three hypotheses. These are qualities that I see expressed in individual Christians but not what I see espoused by Evangelical pastors; the Catholic clergy; particular congregations, large and small; and certainly not what finds expression in so-called religious freedom legislation in the USA, which subordinates the freedom and happiness of non-Christians in favor of discriminatory interpretations of scripture. How does Christian love reconcile itself with politics and society that usurps that love to discriminate, humiliate, and ostracize?

Is that a failure of the individual, or a failure of God? I am a gay man who met Jesus Christ when a girl prayed for me in a pub. I said the exact same things before I met Jesus for myself. Often we put up defence mechanisms like our sexuality to the love of God like I did. Awesome David…so glad to hear of a gay man coming to Christ.. Bless you. We neglected and alienated genuine seekers of Christ just because of their sexuality.

Jesus love you and not your sin. Bro David has given up his sexulaity because it was coming inbetween him and his sexuality. There can be nothing bigger than God else we fail. We as humans fail in many ways but we keep looking at God whenever we fail and try to be genuine to God by not falling.

Jesus specifically came and died as an answer to our sin, and to redeem us from it if we should so choose… not to enable us to persist in it. But as David rightly says once we have experienced His love, what more is there? It is His incredible unstoppable love that brings us to repentance. If I did then I apologise. He is the right person to clarify your queries. Yes, when we accept Christ we give up on our old self including our sins and worldly desires and become his sons and daughters, and follow Him.

He tells us to love and pray for our enemies, the ones that betray us, jail us, and bomb us. How can he do that? He can He expect that of anyone? Only because He puts His heart into us that we are able. He call us to Him and accepts us as we come to Him, broken and diseased, and loves us so much that he refuses to leave us in a pathetic bound state, but gives us new life and purpose in Him.

What can resist that love? Why do any of us resists that love? But he promises us if we seek Him we shall find Him, and that perfect yet relentless love. Are you aware, that if your god designed the system from which sin originates, then your god is ultimately responsible for the sin?

Thus God is responsible for the existence of sin only to the extent that He allows us to choose between sinfulness and righteousness as an essential prerequisite for our intellectual freedom. No, not really. If he really is responsible for designing the system that produces sin, then he is fully responsible for the outcomes his system produces.

There is no wiggle room. Also, the Bible is replete with examples of god breaching free will. No to mention, Christians make tons of intercessory prayers many of which conflict with the free will of others.

However, that is for another discussion. As to your Question, it would be more ethical to not design a system that produces undesirable results and then blame part of the system for the bad results. I am not saying here that I believe there is actually a god and that he designed a bad system.

But if there is a god, and he designed the system, I would say he has some explaining to do. This topic is actually an offshoot from my original question that I posed, and which has as of yet gone unanswered by anyone responding on the thread.

If you could stop a child from being raped with absolutely no danger to yourself or anyone else, would you do it? Would it be immoral to not stop it, or moral? If you think it is moral, I would love to hear how you justify such a position. If you think it is immoral, then you and I agree, but your god has some explaining to do, because that is exactly what he does. The rape was allowed. And per Christian doctrine, he can be forgiven anyway, so punishment is far from certain. If one believes that even the best of good long lives usually ends in sickness and death followed by nothing whatsoever, then ethically and morally it would be better to not have created us at all.

Moment by moment, sometimes pleasant and sometimes painful, our thoughts and actions move us in one of two directions, either toward God, or away from Him. It is the direction of our thoughts and actions, not our momentary pain or pleasure, which determines whether anything is evil or good, sinful or righteous.

Now, to your question. The mere thought of such a thing cannot fail to draw emotions into this, and emotions can be so easily manipulated without regard to truth. Knowing what lies ahead for her, the months and possibly years of awful pain, would I intervene stop it?

But this leads to other questions.

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Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. During the folk music revival of the early s — which saw both older performers rediscovered and new ones step to the forefront of the genre — there was no bigger or more important venue than the Newport Folk Festival.

It relates the story of the meeting between Jesus and the Samaritan Woman , found in the Gospel of John at One of the earliest recordings, by The Pilgrim Travelers , credits the song as "Traditional, arranged by J. Alexander ". As with many traditional songs, the lyrics differ from one performer to another. The following are typical: [ citation needed ].

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These historical recordings epitomize Peter, Paul and Mary's music in the '60s era of optimism, turmoil and vast change in America. Remarkable archival footage of Peter, Paul and Mary filmed at the iconic folk festival at Newport, RI, — 65, reveals the electrifying and optimistic spirit of an era, at the peak of America's Folk Revival. There are 18 live performances of songs, some that have never before been seen on television, and some, like "Blowin' In The Wind," "If I Had A Hammer," and "The Times They Are A-Changin'," that became part of the "soundtrack" of an era of extraordinary social and political transformation. Share This Page. Information Synopsis These historical recordings epitomize Peter, Paul and Mary's music in the '60s era of optimism, turmoil and vast change in America. If I Had A Hammer 2. San Francisco Bay Blues 3.

How Oxford and Peter Singer drove me from atheism to Jesus

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She gave the first Gospel testimony to her cousin, Elizabeth, without words. However, there is no lack of her presence at the most significant events in the life, ministry, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ and therefore in the great events of salvation history.

I knew from the age of eight that I wanted to study history at Cambridge and become a historian. My identity lay in academic achievement, and my secular humanism was based on self-evident truths. There, I attended three guest lectures by world-class philosopher and atheist public intellectual, Peter Singer.

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Judas My mind is clearer now. At last all too well I can see where we all soon will be. If you strip away The myth from the man, You will see where we all soon will be.

This article was originally published on Dr. Visit TaborBlog today , or scroll down to read a brief bio of James Tabor below. And they went out and fled from the tomb, for trembling and astonishment had seized them, and they said nothing. Most general Bible readers have the mistaken impression that Matthew, the opening book of the New Testament, must be our first and earliest Gospel, with Mark, Luke and John following. The assumption is that this order of the Gospels is a chronological one, when in fact it is a theological one. The problem with the Gospel of Mark for the final editors of the New Testament was that it was grossly deficient.

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Guest Minister: Rev. They were not getting along with one another. Some were living sinful lives. Some were getting drunk during communion. There were lawsuits among believers. Spiritual gifts were being used inappropriately. He wrote this letter to correct them. First, acknowledging the significance of Communion and remembering Jesus.

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It was there he met Lorre Wyatt and was greatly influenced by his original songs and guitar style. It was the music of Peter Paul and Mary that caught his attention in 7th grade and within days, purchased a guitar and started teaching himself how to play, in addition to his formal training on the violin. Max suggest that we find the sweet spot in our life, like a golfer or baseball player when they find the best place in their swing for the optimum results. He brings a unique sense of clarity and a strong emphasis to the lyrical content of his selection of songs. Will has spent 30 years as a professional entertainer playing in coffee houses, restaurants, clubs, festivals, and libraries and auditoriums in and around northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin.

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