21 Myths: Jesus of Faith, Not of History

Robby Bradford21 myths, apologetics, Bible, Christianity, hermeneutics, Jesus Christ, New Testament0 Comments

Myth: The Bible gives us theological insights about Jesus, but not historical ones. Some people are interested in the Jesus’ religious ideas, but deny that the Bible provides, or even intends to provide, any historical accounts about him. Are they right? Is the Bible meant to be taken seriously as a historical description of Jesus’ life and ministry? I would … Read More

No More Sacrifice for Sin?

Robby Bradford31 questions, Bible, Bible studies, Christianity, discipleship, eternal security, exegesis, Hebrews, hermeneutics, New Testament, Q Sunday, Question and Answer, salvation1 Comment

Here is #31 of 31 Questions in 31 Days! To learn more about this 31 Day series, just search “31 Questions” in the search bar above or click here! Q #31:  What does it mean when the Bible says, for he who know grace and willfully sin there can be no more sacrifice for their sin? A: The questioner is asking about Hebrews … Read More

Taking the Bible Literally

Robby Bradford31 questions, discipleship, exegesis, First Assembly of God Lafayette, God's Word Q Sunday, hermeneutics, New Testament, Old Testament, scripture memorization, Sunday themes, the Bible3 Comments

Here is #22 of 31 Questions in 31 Days! To learn more about this 31 Day series, just search “31 Questions” in the search bar above or click here!  Q #22:  I’ve heard you say we can’t take all the Bible literally.  What do you mean by that?   A:  Some of the Bible is written to convey literal facts and some … Read More

Bill Maher and Biblical Relevance

Robby Bradfordhermeneutics, Sunday themes, the Bible, theology0 Comments

Bill Maher, host of HBO’s “Real Time”, is one of the harshest critics of Christianity on the popular scene today.  He often spouts off about the Bible and Jesus.  He even said this about the scriptures, ““The Bible was not meant to be history; it was not meant to be literal.  They were parables; people read it back then and … Read More