by Ronald Lloyd Ryan, DA., PhD. Rev. I want to tell you about an exciting translation of most of the New Testament, a translation that is radical in numerous ways, the most important of which … Read More
By Rev. Dr. Ronald Ryan One of my long-time acquaintances asked me, not too long ago, how – or even why – I had managed to earn myself a “bad name,” at least in certain … Read More
By Rev. Dr. Ronald Ryan “When I became adult, I put away childish things.” “Let him or her who is without sin cast the first stone.” There is a movie out – one which I … Read More
By Rev. Dr. Ronald Ryan I find that I am more and more concerned about the foolish statements made by clergy and lay people alike when they talk about people who have died. “He has … Read More
By R. L. Ryan, DA., Ph.D., Rev. (Unitarian). I have lost count of the web pages that are proclaiming that Jesus died for our sins and that we did not deserve it. This is the … Read More
More about The Empty Tomb and the Lost Corpse. By Ronald Lloyd Ryan, DA., PhD., REV I am a Christian! Every fibre of my being is Christian. Every moment of my being is Christian. The … Read More
What about The Empty Tomb By Ronald Lloyd Ryan, DA., PhD., REV (Unitarian Christian) I have, long ago, rejected the whole notion of a physical, corporeal resurrection of Jesus into his old body. I rejected … Read More
By Rev. Dr. Ronald Lloyd Ryan. This morning, as I was trying to read Hans Kung’s attempt to explain his concept of the resurrection of Jesus, I was, of course, engaged in self-examination. One of … Read More
“Salvation” is what Christianity is all about! Unitarian Christian views on this subject have caused the most severe condemnation of Unitarian Christians.
In brief, Unitarian Christians have rejected the whole idea of blood sacrifice! To put it bluntly, JESUS DID NOT DIE FOR OUR SINS; NOBODY DIED FOR OUR SINS!
By Rev. Dr. Ronald Lloyd Ryan I recently had a discussion with an acquaintance who, knowing my proclivity for having strange ideas, challenged me on my perception as Jesus being “just a man”. Of course, … Read More