Ten myths about Early Christianity by Rudolph P Boshoff

Early Christian beliefs were diverse.  Myth: Early Christianity was composed of various beliefs and ‘orthodox’ Christianity won the day. Fact: Meera Lester gives quite a compelling definition of the New Myth when she writes; “The Divergent ideas of early Christians suggest that birth and revolution of Christianity were fraught with dissension, disagreement and disharmony as […]

Examining the Unitarian Interpretation of Philippians 2:5-11 in the Light of Proper Exegesis and the Greek Language

The Deity of Christ is an essential part of the Gospel. The NT is filled with verses that clearly show His Deity. One of the more well-known sets of passages, one that has received an enormous scholarly attention is Philippians 2, specifically,verses 5-11. For more context verses 3-11 read:  Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, […]