How this site is structured

This site has three primary venues: Sessions, FAQs and blog Posts.  For each of these you can add comments, thus enabling interaction on the different content.  You can sign up for email notification of new posts on the left of the screen.


Sessions provide base-line information.  The intent is to allow you to step into a topic and gain systematic understanding of a topic that bears on the Gospel.  Sessions tend to be longer and thus usually use a 25 minute (or so) video.  There will be a pdf article/paper that parallels the video if you prefer reading.  The topics that sessions cover are sequential in that they progressively build on each other, similar to how topics in a course are laid out in such a way as to build on each other.  For this reason they are numbered.  They are also self-contained, however, so that you do not need to view them in this order to understand them individually.  So, for example, you may be curious about specifically Biblical topics and thus you may not be interested in Sessions 1 & 2, which do not reference the Bible at all.  On the other hand, you may have an interest to see if the Gospel has a basis without any reference to the Bible and you would thus want to start with these first two Sessions.
I will be building session content over time and will be starting with Sessions 3-5.


FAQs are questions or issues that are commonly asked about some aspect of the Gospel/Bible.  FAQs often deal with some objection or puzzle on a specific aspect of one of the topics covered by a session.  Thus there is a relationship between the FAQs and the Sessions.  For example, Session 3 (The Textual Reliability of the Bible) lays out in a systematic way the background information one needs to properly understand and assess the textual integrity of the Bible.  The FAQ about Constantine corrupting/changing the gospel touches on an aspect of this topic so they are related.  So you will find links in each of these connecting them to the other.  FAQs are often shorter and more pointed than a session, though some will also have short videos that support them.
I will be adding FAQs as time permits.  They come from the questions that I have asked as I considered the gospel, as well as from the many questions that have been asked of me as I have interacted with others.   You can also pose an FAQ in the Contact page and I will endeavour to list it in the FAQs.

Blog Posts

The blog Posts are shorter thoughts that comment on an aspect of either a session or an FAQ.  Posts are often triggered by an event on the news that touches on an aspect of a session or an FAQ.  As such they contain content that bears on a Session or an FAQ but their compositions are set off by dynamic events.  Thus you will also see links between blog Posts and Sessions/FAQs.
Taken together the Sessions, FAQs and the Posts provide a rich venue to understand and assess the multi-faceted nature of the Gospel since the baseline information, specific questions, and events linked in this way allow for an extensive exploring of the subject.