Arianism, Docetism and Ebionism compared with the Qur’an
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Arianism, Docetism and Ebionism compared with the Qur’an


Survival of the fittest. Religions fight – survive or die. There were formal and near formal heresies ( heresy = a theological doctrine or system rejected as false by ecclesiastical authority ) such as:  Docetism, Ebionism,  Arianism, Nestorians, Apollinarian, Monophysitism  (several heresies ) and Gnosticism just to name few. Christian Gnostics  believed that someone else … Continue reading

Johannes

Die Johannesoffenbarung


Die Erwartung der Rückkehr Christi zur Erde gehört zur Grundlage des christlichen Glaubens. Christus, der nach dem Hingang zu seinem Vater durch die Verkündigung und die Wirksamkeit seiner Zeugen auf Erden eine Gemeinde sammelt, die seine schon angebrochene Herrschaft bezeugt, wird zu einem nur Gott bekannten Zeitpunkt (Mt 24, 36; Mk 13, 32) zur Erde … Continue reading

Philip Jenkins “The Next Christendom” – in the long run . . . Christ wins out
Religion / Spiritual

Philip Jenkins “The Next Christendom” – in the long run . . . Christ wins out


Philip Jenkins has a joint appointment  at Penn State University and at Baylor University and  is also  the author of “The Lost History of Christianity”, another excellent book.  A respected professor of  history and religious studies who has been known for “going against the flow,” Jenkins argues that the rapid growth of  Christianity around the … Continue reading

Revelation of Saint John – Seeing it for Southern Christian Churches.
Religion

Revelation of Saint John – Seeing it for Southern Christian Churches.


The Revelation of Saint John scarcely merits the title. Far from being a revelation, it is the most disliked book of the anti-religious Westerners and even in some parts of the Western Christian Churches. An apocalyptic book describing the revelation Jesus Christ gave to John.  It connects the  beginning of the Bible (Genesis 1-11)  describing … Continue reading