A few weeks ago, @MiraScriptura posted an article entitled “Bernard Lamborelle vs Mirror-Reading.” Given I had briefly engaged with the author, I was looking forward to this article. I knew it would be different from everything else I had read on Abraham.
“Dissociative Exegesis” is the name of the method I developed for critically analyzing the story of Abraham in the context of a secular covenant. But how reliable is it? I argue in my book that the Abrahamic covenant was established
There is now wide consensus among scholars that Tell Balata, which is located near Nablus in the occupied territory, is very likely the ancient site of biblical Shechem. According to the Bible, this is where Abraham and his descendants lived and this
I was really delighted and honored to be invited back on The Aidan Project “Live” podcast this past Friday. That’s within just six weeks of our initial conversation. I knew Aidan was serious when he said he wanted to help raise attention on
I argue in The Covenant that the perspective of a mortal overlord offers an all-encompassing paradigm for solving the question of the origin of monotheism. Among other things, it brings us to realize that Abraham was the father, but not the
I’m thrilled to report that The Covenant is now being featured on The Aidan Project podcast, episode #73. The idea that Abraham was just a mythical figure is so widely entrenched in our worldview that there is a mountain of objections to overcome in order to bring people to
In a previous post, I argued that the Abrahamic Covenant was made to pacify and secure control over the valley of Siddim, an important trade corridor between Egypt and Mesopotamia. Today, I would like to offer additional evidence that Abraham
Decades of progress in human rights has made it a lot easier for lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgenders to live openly in Western societies. Unfortunately, many living abroad are still forced to hide, as they can be bullied, hunted down, tortured, sentenced to life in prison, and even put to