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A NON-CHRISTIAN ARCHBISHOP
Was not Jesus born by a chaste young woman, the virgin Mary? Did it not happen in a manger in Bethlehem? Was it not in connections with a census that Josef and Mary went there? Did not the wise men come from the East, guided by a star, to behold the newborn King of the Jews?
If Archbishop KG Hammar, and his ‘Christmas Thoughts’ in TV1 on Christmas Eve, is to be believed we cannot be certain today on one thing or another. But instead to believe in the "Christmas Gospel" that the Archbishop presented, namely that
Unfortunately, the declarations by the Archbishop are not an accident in his line of duty. Just the opposite. It’s but one fragment of a bigger picture presented in his book published last year: ‘Ecce Homo-Jesus after two thousand years’. Therein he basically rejects the authoritative sources about the historic events from which our Christian faith was born. None of the information of what Jesus said and did need to be taken literally and seriously.
This denial of the authenticity of the Biblical record comes from the archbishop at a time when authoritative Swedish Bible research using secular research method has shown the opposite, namely the trustworthiness of the Biblical record. (See Professor Emeritus Birger Gerhardsson’s treatise ‘Memory and Manuscript’, 1961).
The fact that it is the archbishop himself who makes this denial, makes it so much harder to swallow. The prefix of his title (i.e. the ’Arch’ in Archbishop) suggests that he, more than any other person, is supposed to guard (episkopos) the pure faith and the untainted preaching of the Gospel.
By: Samuel Svensson, Pentecostal pastor and doctoral candidate in New Testament exegetic (Bible research that explains the books of the Bible).
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