Christianity Challenged Again By The New York Times

Christianity Challenged Again By The New York Times

It's a ritual, every year around Easter and Christmas the NYT's and other high profile publications spill ink attacking Christianity. Here we go again, this time a two time Pulitzer prize winning reporter, Nicholas Kristof poses questions about the Crucifixion of Christ,the Resurrection , the Virgin Birth and what happens to you when you die. I certainly don't mind the questions being posed by someone who is a sincere inquirer, as no Christian ever should, however I doubt Mr. Kristof sincerity. Here are some of the pieces Mr. Kristof has written (note the dates):                                                                                                               

"Professor, Was Jesus Really Born to a Virgin?" (William Lane Craig)  December 21,2018

"Cardinal Tobin, Am I a Christian?" December 22, 2018

"President Carter, Am I a Christian?" April 15, 2017

 "Am I a Christian, Pastor Timothy Keller?" December 23, 2016

 "Reverend, You Say the Virgin Birth Is 'a Bizarre Claim'? (Serene Jones )  April 20, 2019

Well, he finally found someone who agrees with him. Serene Jones, a Protestant minister, President of Union Theological Seminary who has an impressive academic pedigree. A graduate of Oklahoma University, M. Div. and Phd. from Yale University. She spent 17 years at Yale as the Titus Street Professor of Theology at the Divinity School, and Chair of the University's Program in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies (BIG RED FLAG). With all that education she desperately needs to go through Pastor Nate's Confirmation Class. If you make a list of essential truths of the Christian Faith and check them off as you read the interview (check if she agrees) there would be no checks on your paper. As for Mr. Kristof, I hope he finds the truth and accepts it.

Click Here For Details on the Union Theological Seminary. Not a place to go to.