Alberto Part 1 by Jack T Chick

By Jack T Chick

As a Jesuit, Alberto helped spoil church buildings and ministries. yet as he learn the Scriptures, he observed that Catholicism could not keep. this is often the emotional tale of a Jesuit priest who left the Catholic Church and located salvation via religion in Jesus Christ on my own. He grew to become a hunted guy, simply because he knew the conscientiously guarded secrets and techniques of the Vatican.

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Conybeare faces the fact that, even among orthodox Chris­ tian theologians, Colossians may not be a genuine work of Paul, but it is dragged in all the same to prove that Paul is a marvelous witness to the living "Christ", for it, together with "Thessalonians and the so-called Pastorals" form "so many fresh witnesses against the hypothesis of J. M. Robertson and his friends". Howell Smith also has doubts about Colossians being genuine, but does that matter? Not at all; the Epistle still acts as an unimpeachable wit­ ness for Jesus.

A curious transition, which has scarcely been enough dwelt on, though Gibbon clearly perceived it. For the anti-judaic Paul of the Gnostics is substituted the essentially Judaising Paul of the Protestant Churches. " ( p. " He never mentions the wonderful teaching of Jesus, nor his still more won­ derful miracles. Now, if the Gospel stories are true, and if Paul was converted so soon after the death of Jesus, and if he were also continually wrangling with the Apostles, how is it that in the Epistles we do not get more of Jesus of Nazareth, and a little less of Christ Jesus?

Baur claimed, are "spurious". And here it may be well to say a few words about Supernatural Religion. In Jesus Not a Myth, Mr. A. D. Howell Smith names the work in his Appendix, "Some useful books for students", at the same time taking care to refer to Dr. Lightfoot's "very able reply" which should also be read, and Cassels' "rejoinder". Dr. Lightfoot was considered at the time the most able of all British theologians, and he had a unique opportunity in de­ fence of his Church to make mincemeat of Supernatural Re­ ligion.

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