Plato Missed Discerning the Gospel of Christ

Plato’s Absolute Truth

Plato’s The Cave

The ancient peoples of the Axial Age did not have the techno knowledge that we have today but they were not without discernment. Without the distractions we of the “modern age” have, they were able to come close to understanding the Gospel truth.  When I use the word truth I do not mean a simple measure of honesty but a measure of understanding of absolute knowledge of both the metaphysical (spiritual) realm and its linkage to the physical (earthly) realm. Continue reading “Plato Missed Discerning the Gospel of Christ”

Merry Gnostic Christmas

Magi Christmas

When I say, “Have a Merry Gnostic Christmas,” I am not antiChrist, though I am often accused of being Scrooge.  I use this phrase to denote the reality of the errors that have promoted this holiday almost from its inception in the 4th century. Continue reading “Merry Gnostic Christmas”

Thanksgiving is Meaningless Without Christ

True Thankfulness
True Thankfulness

“And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him” (Colossians 3:17 ESV). This simple verse defines the American day known simply as Thanksgiving. Yet, without the revelation of God in the Bible there would be no understanding of giving thanks. Continue reading “Thanksgiving is Meaningless Without Christ”