Day Bidet #6

Seven days, seven links:

  1. “The scandal of the cross”
  2. “[A]ll that is here are humans.”
  3. “By maintaining His claim of equality with the Father in John 10:38 Jesus would then be claiming to be a co-regent authority over the divine beings of Psalm 82.”
  4. “In 2018, the UK reported a 4,400 percent rise over the previous decade in teenage girls seeking gender treatments.”
  5. “[T]he nomadic Edomites could and did form a powerful political entity more than 3,000 years ago, as the Bible suggests.”
  6. “He said that it was hard to break the news to Whitaker’s son, who didn’t understand the implications of his mother’s death.” (Related. Related. Related. Related. Related. Related. Related. Related. Related. Related.)
  7. Despite superficial appearances to the contrary, all four Gospels agree on when the Last Supper took place.

More:

“Nation That Kills 3,000 Babies a Day Feels Morally Superior to Slaveowners from 200 Years Ago” (related; related)

“[John 21] is an allusion to Peter’s having boasted that even if all the other disciples abandoned Jesus, he would stand firm. … But … Peter’s boast, and his contrasting himself to the other disciples, appears nowhere in the Gospel of John! … It is in Matthew 26:33 and in Mark 14:29.”

Carnivore success story. (Related. Related. Related. Related.)

“[T]he conquest of Canaan meant defeating the Canaanite armies in battle and driving out of the land at least a significant portion of the Canaanite population” (rather than genocide).

Clown World. Clown World. Clown World. Clown World. Clown World.

“Male/Female Parallels in the Gospel of Luke”

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