Text on the Bible reads “Acts of Apostles”

The New Testament and the ‘Book of Acts’

April 19, 2022

The very first Christians’ beliefs about Jesus’s death, resurrection, and exaltation to heaven were spread over an empire in the course of four centuries through various channels, but particularly through the Apostles. […]

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Decoding Jesus of Nazareth

April 3, 2022

When it comes to Jesus of Nazareth, the source of information that scholars have are the four gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. However, the historical accuracy of even these is debatable. […]

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The Crucifixion of Jesus: Truth or Fiction?

April 2, 2022

Although sources that reveal Jesus’s life authentically are limited, the fact that he was crucified stands undebatable. When we cross-reference gospels and other facts, we come to the conclusion that this one happening in Jesus’s life was an absolute certainty. […]

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Norse Mythology Series Goes Far beyond Pop Culture

March 20, 2022

Vikings and Loki only scratch the surface of Norse mythology—often inaccurately. Well-intended pop culture tributes like these stumble on their way from classic mythology to the small screen. Wondrium’s Norse Mythology sets the record straight. […]

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Christianity and the Divine Realm

March 16, 2022

Early Christians debated whether Jesus became a divinity only after the resurrection or was it after his baptism. Later, a widely accepted view emerged which believed that Jesus, born of a virgin mother, was born holy. […]

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