Majorities of Americans believe in the literal existence of Heaven and Hell, but where did these concepts originally come from, and how have they changed over the centuries? In this classic episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Joe chats with Bart Ehrman, author of 'Heaven and Hell: A History of the Afterlife.' (originally published 7/14/2020) Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Episode 155: Bart Ehrman Talks To Us About The Lost Christianities
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This is the episode you've been waiting for. Drop in on my chat with Bart Ehrman as we talk about the diversity of early Christianity, the formation of the New Testament Canon, and his advice for people who grew up in Evangelicalism and are realizing that there's so much more to the story than they've been told. SHOW NOTES: PATREON - https://www.patreon.com/whatifproject BUY ME A COFFEE - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whatifproject HERETIC SHOP (ALL PROCEEDS ARE DONATED!) - https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-heretic-shop/ BART EHRMAN - https://www.bartdehrman.com BART'S BLOG - https://ehrmanblog.org THE LOST CHRISTIANITIES - https://www.amazon.com/Lost-Christianities-Battles-Scripture-Faiths/dp/0195182499/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=the+lost+christianities&qid=1623437787&sr=8-2 JOIN THE COMMUNITY - https://www.facebook.com/groups/whatifprojectcommunity SPECIAL MUSIC (FORREST CLAY) - https://music.apple.com/us/artist/forrest-clay/1488272740
To continue evaluating criticisms against the New Testament, we take a look at Bart Ehrman, who is one of the most prominent New Testament skeptics in the world. Famous for casting doubt on the reliability of Scripture, Ehrman has published many books on New Testament studies, and is definitely someone we should learn more about if we are to adequately respond to challenges against the Christian faith. For more from Jon Topping, check out www.jontopping.com for his blog, podcast, articles, and other videos. For more from Wesley Huff, check out www.wesleyhuff.com. Music from www.bensound.com. Audio of the Ultimate Questions Podcast is found anywhere podcasts are available.
Bart Ehrman, a New Testament scholar and Professor of Religious Studies, became convinced of contradictions and discrepancies in biblical manuscripts that could not be reconciled. We discuss his book "Misquoting Jesus" which dives into these and other controversial topics.
Talked a little about a new video from Ancient Paths TV https---youtu.be-iM5vQHGwnqA about Bart Ehrman, playing a few clips and making application. Then we gave an introduction to a vitally important variant of Gnosticism in ancient history, Valentinianism. Don't let the name dissuade you, this is really important stuff- We will take a few calls tomorrow to start off the program, and then wrap up the week as we will not be doing a program on Friday. See you tomorrow-
KDCP Ep. 60 Bart Ehrman vs Jesus’ Resurrection, Part II
Fight Laugh Feast Network
In “How Jesus Became God” Bart Ehrman argues that the historian cannot determine if Jesus rose from the dead, but the historian can affirm that the disciples did in fact have “visions” of Jesus post crucifixion. Seek to show the internal incoherence of Ehrman’s view.