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Some forms of Old Georgian აქუს "to have"

While reading in the Gospel of Mark in Old Georgian (Adishi) recently, I came across the words არღარა გაქუნს სარწმუნოებაჲ? (Mk 4:40) Since I knew the story and also had the Greek New Testament open beside me, I knew the text there was οὔπω ἔχετε πίστιν. 302 more words

Georgian

Jesus is the Bread of Life

Then Jesus declared, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.” – John 6:35. 659 more words

Bread Of Life

Should the Gospel of Thomas be included in the New Testament?

I was on a long distance drive Monday night. I finished listening to “God’s Crime Scene”, and started “The Case for the Real Jesus”. Craig Evans’ discussion about the Gospel of Thomas stuck in my mind, so I’m turning it into a post. 754 more words

Apologetics

Bread That Satisfies

23-Aug-15 John 6:22-35

The picnic is over. It happened while I was on vacation. But that’s OK. Most of us know about the picnic anyway. 965 more words

Gospels

The Gospels?

I’d like to start with a preliminary justification of the Gospels; Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Why? Because these 3 books are the origins of our knowledge of Christ. 975 more words

God

The Logos

Why do we have four gospels? Wouldn’t it be enough to tell the story once? Evidently Matthew, Mark, Luke and John didn’t think so and the early church agreed that they all merited a place in the Holy Scriptures. 608 more words

Faith And Life

Book Review: Rediscovering Jesus

“Rediscovering Jesus: An Introduction to Biblical, Religious and Cultural Perspectives on Christ” (IVP Academic, 2015) will get you thinking seriously about how both Christians and non-Christians view Jesus Christ. 1,097 more words

Faith Defense