Our calendar is marked with holidays: Christmas, Carnival, Easter. What are we supposed to celebrate and what does it have to do with Jesus?
Did you ever encounter a difficult discussion about faith? Sometimes you find treasures in the old stories of believers in the first centuries of Christianity. Like this ancient story about an old monk who was asked about his opinion.
The Christian Faith is not something for your brains only. It’s something that is defining for the everyday life. Many times Jesus asked the people to follow him. He said it will not be easy. But also he promised he will be there so you are not alone in the dark.
There will be no end to the debate on whether or not the gospels in the Bible are reliable. These books were penned centuries ago and there simply isn’t any hard evidence for historians to use. Here a summary of the existing opinions.
The deeper level of the Christmas story is that God became man. This taking on of human form is called ‘incarnation’ by the church. Why did God become human?
In the Bible, there’s a fascinating story in the book of Job. It reads like an ancient piece of Shakespearean drama with rich dialogues, dealing with the exact question: why is there suffering? Everything circles around the story of a very rich man who loses everything.
Do you have any idea what Jesus did actually look like? To be honest, we don’t know. And in different cultures, people have different ideas. Recent research is giving some clues about how the average person in Jesus’ time looked like.