Category Archives: pseudo-theology

Sometimes You Just Have to Wonder Why Some People are Famous

Like when you read supposedly clever and insightful stuff like this: Huh?  What sense does that make and why would it even matter?  Is he unaware of the fact that Noah got off the boat, planted a vineyard, made wine, … Continue reading

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The Funniest Thing On Facebook This Month

I never knew that Lincona, Craig, Gundry, Bird, and Blomberg were bible attackers!  Shame on them!  (But where’s Pete Enns and James Crossley and Candida Moss???  They didn’t make the list?!?!?) [I don’t know the Farnell person but he sounds … Continue reading

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‘The Marriage Pledge’ Is A Bit Odd

Over at First Things they’re urging folk to sign some sort of pledge not to perform ‘civil’ marriages. … we, the undersigned, commit ourselves to disengaging civil and Christian marriage in the performance of our pastoral duties. We will no … Continue reading

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Processional Theology

Non a Ninive, 3500 anni fa, né ad Ebla, mille anni prima della civiltà babilonese. No. Purtroppo, ci sono persone convinte — ma davvero convinte — che con una processione si possa scongiurare la piena di un fiume. Un curioso … Continue reading

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Super Creepy Piper Tweet

The only sense this makes is none.  It’s evidently nothing more than a tweet aimed to make use of the words ‘sexual pleasure’ – a phrase sure to prick the ears of the over-sexualized. Nope.  Still makes no sense.  Sexualizing … Continue reading

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The Worst Book Ever Written

From a review forthcoming: So, in conclusion, this volume was written, doubtless, with the best of intentions.  Unfortunately, as the old saying goes, ‘the road to hell is paved with good intentions’ and this book is, to be polite, hellish. … Continue reading

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To Borrow a Phrase From Barth that he Borrowed from Paul- That Woman Should be Quiet in the Church

If she only knew something about theology she would recognize modalism when she saw it.  But since she doesn’t, she’s happy to parrot lame pseudo-theology when she sees it and her poor, poor ignorant followers, knowing less than she (else … Continue reading

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