Author Archives: Jim

About Jim

I am a Pastor, and Professor of Biblical Studies at Quartz Hill School of Theology as well as Adjunct at the Philippine Baptist Theological Seminary

Philip Melanchthon Was Prone to Fear

So, during the stressful days during which the Augsburg Confession were being hammered out, he wrote “Not a day passes in which I do not wish that I might leave this world.” But. He still managed to produce a gem. … Continue reading

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One Out of Ten

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Searching For an Explanation

A person in Tunisia has sent me these photos of a stone artifact he discovered in his back yard whilst doing some yard work.  He asked if I might know what the inscriptions might mean and what period of time … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

“Neque vero sanctus dei spiritus quibuslibet hisce verbis potestatem fecit dicendi quaelibet et ut prima quaeque in buccam venientia effutiamus, sed modum et certam voluit esse prophetandi rationem, ne quis illa abuteretur ad tyrannidem et ferociam.” – Heinrich Bullinger

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Scroll to the Bottom and Sign Up

The bottom of the Bible in its Traditions page, and sign up for updates.  It’s really an amazing project.

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Where in the World is Chris Tilling Now?

On his way back to London he stopped in New York- A Tennessee London hair transplant surgeon had his medical license suspended after he claimed to be Jesus Christ and attacked a man at the 9/11 Memorial Museum.  An attorney for … Continue reading

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This is really fantastic.  And it’s free to download. Mit dem Gemälde „Reformationsaltar“, begonnen von Lucas Cranach dem Älteren und fertig gestellt von seinem Sohn, befasst sich die Arbeitshilfe „Der Jude als Verräter. Antijüdische Polemik und christliche Kunst“. Erarbeitet haben … Continue reading

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