Thursday, April 14, 2011

Upcoming Discussion on "Gospels as Histories"

DagoodS will be creating a post to provide a forum for discussion on the first lecture from the iTunes University class "Gospels as Histories." While posting at LikeAChild's blog, DagoodS, D'Ma, and I thought it would be interesting to listen to some of the same lectures regarding historical influences on Christianity and then discuss them together. I encourage anyone who's interested to download the lecture and then stop by DagoodS blog. The post will likely be up on Monday. The lectures are FREE and quite well done.


  1. Why do we always seem to assume that critics, even enemies in some cases, of Christianity will deal with the material honestly?

    I no longer make that assumption, after a Professor let slip some of the biases he held while he was inforamlly chatting with some of us in the Student Union.

    Maybe I am naive, but it was a real shocker.

    Jeremy Mancuso, MU at Columbia

  2. DaGoodS and I have both posted reviews. I am working on a review for part 2

    Jeremy, we must always be on guard for dishonesty, especially when studying something as deep-rooted as religion. Can you tell us what your professor said?

  3. My review is up now as well.