Many people today know little or nothing about Jesus of Nazareth’s family, especially his brothers. One of his brothers, called James the Just, became one of the first leaders of the early Christian Church in Jerusalem. He did not believe in his brother for most … read more.
Speaker: Benjamin Cruz-Uribe
Almost of people raised in any Christian denomination think of Jesus in the terms of Christ, Lord, and Divine Savior. However, for the first two hundred years of early Christianity, there are very few “facts” about Jesus of Nazareth. There are no physical descriptions of … read more.
Much has been said about Mary Magdalene in books, movies, and internet websites. Unfortunately, most of what is said is incorrect, invented and just plain untrue. What we today really know of Mary comes from the four Canonical Gospels as well as a series on … read more.
The first Christian generation had very different beliefs when compared to Modern Christianity. Yet, Modern Christianity did, in fact, derive from the original Christians. But no current modern denomination actually has the same beliefs as those taught by the first followers of Jesus of Nazareth.
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For two millennia, Christians have been told that the Jewish leaders and people have been responsible for the death of Jesus of Nazareth. The evidence for this belief comes primarily from the four Gospels of the Bible. After the Jewish Holocaust occurred during World War II, there … read more.
The Unitarian 4th Principle states: “A free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” In religious studies, the greatest threat to any search for understanding the Gospels of the Bible are the doctrines and dogma proclaimed by the governing institutions of most Christian denominations. … read more.
“Search for Truth”
When one starts a search for the truth, the individual must be prepared to accept finding out facts, hints, and data that may or will change, modify, challenge, contradict, and question what could be your deepest held personal beliefs. Searching for the truth … read more.