There’s a meme called “When You See It”. You’re given a photo that looks pretty mundane, but once you’ve spotted a particular detail, the picture shifts from mundane to hilarious (or maybe horrifying). You can never go back to seeing the picture the way you first did. In the same way, my feeling is that once you’ve seen the gaping flaws in the Gospel of Matthew’s resurrection account, you’ll never go back to thinking it’s anything but garbage.
I once had a friend who watched religious programming heavily – particularly the preaching ministries on Daystar or whatever other Christian channels were available. I used to listen to the radio versions of some of these shows long ago. They’re pretty educational at first, but after a while, they’re just […]