Tuesday, September 2

Misquoting Jesus in the Bible - Professor Bart D. Ehrman

Bart D. Ehrman is the James A. Gray Distinguished Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He came to UNC in 1988, after four years of teaching at Rutgers University. At UNC he has served as both the Director of Graduate Studies and the Chair of the Department of Religious Studies. A graduate of Wheaton College (Illinois), Professor Ehrman received both his Masters of Divinity and Ph.D. from Princeton Theological Seminary, where his 1985 doctoral dissertation was awarded magna cum laude.


Monday, September 1

The New Testament - Bruce M. Metzger

“There are many ways of studying the Scriptures. When the reader comes to the bible with the sole aim of of securing spiritual guidance, he will ponder it from a devotional point of view. His principal interest will not be with questions of who wrote what and when certain events happened, but in learning God’s message for him now.

Another approach is to study the Bible from a literary point of view.
The Old and New Testaments constitute a veritable library of sixty-six books which represent many types of literature---including law, history, sagas, poetry, prophecy, gospel and letters. A host of problems concerning authorship, date of composition, sources utilized and literary  relationships demand attention.


A third method of studying the Bible emphasizes the historical approach. It is not too much to say that every serious attempt to understand the scriptures must be historically oriented. Only by being acquainted with the political, social and religious background of the biblical era can the student understand the allusions to the contemporary culture which the biblical writers take for granted will be obvious to their readers.


It is the aim of the present volume, which was written at the request of the council for Religion in Independent Schools , to supply basic information concerning the content of The New Testament and important aspects of its historical background, as well as to let the reader see something of the critical processes by which scholars have sought to solve some of the chief literary problems of the gospels. It would be out of place in a book of this kind to advocate novel theories, whether historical, literary or hermeneutical. On the contrary, the author has attempted to present a balanced account that represents the consensus of the present day New Testament scholarship.


The Evils Of Psychiatry - Truth About Bipolar,Depression, Abuse, DSM, and My Testimony

 Published on Aug 31, 2014


Living Old or Not? New Biology studies are showing us what is new.

Published on Jun 20, 2013 Marla Sokolowski of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research explores how the hardships that some children face, including poverty, poor nutrition or neglect, can lead to biological changes that make them more susceptible to health problems - changes that they may then pass along to their own kids.


Speech: Graham Hancock and Joe Rogan:

The Precious Gift [Graham Hancock & Joe Rogan]
Published on Aug 24, 2014
Graham Hancock and Joe Rogan discuss our current situation on the planet. The audio was taken from Joe Rogan Experience podcast episode 417.