On the Confession of the One True God
Every Easter Season, Christians read about the Apostle Thomas kneeling in worship before the Risen Christ and confessing him as "My Lord and my God." How could a Jew say this to a man? The man before whom Thomas knelt bore scars from a crucifixion. What sort of God is this that we Christians worship?
It is reasonable, we suppose—or at least natural—for modern students of religion to wonder how the earli . . .
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