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.

3 comments:

  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

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  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?

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  3. My review is up now as well.

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