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Sheep, goats, the pope, and the image of God

Several days ago, I read an article in which Pope Francis “declared that everyone was redeemed through Jesus, including atheists.” I clearly expected much backlash as his statements are bold (to say the least) and have the power to rock the foundations of both Roman Catholicism and enrage those who believe Jesus to be the sole way to God.

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God’s problem with Professor Bart Ehrman

When Professor Bart Ehrman speaks at the Fox Theater this week, I will have a question for him. My question comes from an interview I heard on the radio program Fresh Air several years ago. I distinctly remember I was driving just outside of Ephrata in central Washington when Ehrman discussed his latest book “God’s Problem.”

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Bart Ehrman, author of “Misquoting Jesus” coming to Spokane

Christian principles are engrained in American society, but the text those values are based are cluttered with mistakes, omissions and intentional changes, says scholar Bart D. Ehrman.

Ehrman, author of numerous bestsellers including “Misquoting Jesus” and “Jesus, Interrupted” will be speaking about the inadequacies of the Bible, particularly the New Testament, at 6:30 p.m., May 23 at The Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, 1001 W. Sprague Ave.

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Reasons not to believe “Reasons to Believe”

Reasons to Believe (RTB) is a Christian apologetics organization founded by astrophysicist Hugh Ross. Dr. Ross has brought together mainstream scientists from several different disciplines “to spread the Christian Gospel by demonstrating that sound and scientific research — including the very latest discoveries — consistently support, rather than erode, confidence in the truth of the Bible and faith in the personal, transcendent God revealed in both Scripture and nature.”

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