Thu, 1 November 2012
This week on The Human Bible we carefully examine a very important figure in the Bible—John the Baptist. What did his followers really think of Jesus? Did they welcome him, or reject him as the... anti-Christ?
In Apologetics is Never Having to Say You're Sorry, we learn about some more fascinating characters: Josephus, Eusebius, and others.
What doe the Bible say about life after death? Do righteous believers go straight to heaven, or is there a second judgement day coming later? What about Hell, and what is She'ol?
We also look at one of the, well, most awful things in the Bible: Numbers 31:13-18. Wherein Moses explains some rules of warfare and why some soldiers should kill all the women and boys they've captured, but should keep the virgin girls for themselves. What possible reason could there be for this to be found in the Bible?