An Interfaith Thanksgiving Blessing

By Wayne Martin, Chair, Interfaith Task Force, Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia THANKSGIVING, 2015 Nearly every day—somebody—somewhere in America…is honoring some historic day… Observing a particular occasion or celebrating a noble tradition…whether The “Fire Ant Festival” in Ashburn, GA, during the last full week in March… The National “Hollering Day” on the third Saturday inContinue reading “An Interfaith Thanksgiving Blessing”

The New Quest for the Historical Jesus

By Joe LaGuardia In the last two hundred years of biblical research, scholars have outlined various “quests” for the historical Jesus.¬† Each quest accompanies new insights into historical records and artifacts that emphasize some¬†never-before-understood facet about Jesus of Nazareth. The first quest, around the turn of the eighteenth century, applied new approaches of historical inquiryContinue reading “The New Quest for the Historical Jesus”