Daily Archives: 21 Jan 2010
You’ll know what I mean as soon as you read this CNN interview. Technology has plumbed the depths and trespassed into territory where it doesn’t belong for absolutely no purpose whatsoever aside from the perverse interests of depraved souls. Our … Continue reading
His continuing efforts to straddle the fence. Dever, a leading figure in biblical archaeology for nearly half a century, was the guest speaker for Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s Biblical Archaeology Lecture sponsored by the seminary’s Charles D. Tandy Archaeology Museum … Continue reading
CT recently spoke with prominent Haitian theologian Dieumeme Noelliste, currently professor of theological ethics at Denver Seminary and president of the Caribbean Evangelical Theological Association. Here’s the bit on Robertson: I was concerned by the point raised by a leading … Continue reading
Charlesworth in paperback. That’s pretty great. Click the cover and be magically transported to Eisenbrauns.
I am sorry to convey the sad message that Professor (emeritus) Abraham Malamat of the Hebrew University has passed away today January 21 at the age of 87. The funeral will take place at Har Hamenuchot cemetery, Jerusalem on Sunday. … Continue reading
Lawyers defending California’s gay marriage ban produced campaign fliers and other documents Thursday showing some churches in the state opposed the 2008 ballot measure that established the ban. … Stanford University professor Gary M. Segura spent his second day on … Continue reading
Or an early April Fool’s joke on the news-junkie public? Supplies of Belgium’s top brands [of beer] – Stella Artois, Hoegaarden and Leffe – are rapidly running low in bars and supermarkets as unions have set up blockades outside the … Continue reading
That is, ‘Lost’ fans are already annoying enough, but according to the Onion, they’re going to be even more annoying now (as if that were even possible!) See the report here.
Will Jesus Buy Me a Double-Wide? @ Yahoo! Video. Via James Spinti
From the Tennessee Baptist Convention Disaster Relief leadership: Many people are eager to respond to the heartbreaking disaster in Haiti. There are serious infrastructure and coordination issues that are hampering the disaster relief response. Tennessee Baptist Disaster Relief continues to … Continue reading
Out in Kansas. A hearing on Wednesday shed some light on the activities at New Covenant Faith Center, a church that’s come under a very public investigation by Sheriff Mike Sharp‘s office. The sheriff’s office removed cash, computers and firearms … Continue reading
It. It’s got some fantastic essays. Now I have something to read this weekend.
Those who abandon scripture and imagine some other way to come to God are not so much deceived by error as they are excited by sheer craziness. From that kind of folk have come forth irrational fools who presumptuously claim … Continue reading
Worth reading, every word of it. In sum- dilettantes should simply keep their hands off of archaeology.
A jury in Waco, Texas, found former Baptist minister Matt Baker guilty of murder after more than seven hours of deliberation Jan. 20. So endeth the tale of the mistress using murdering Pastor.
And to being the father of his mistresse’s baby… Oh don’t look so surprised. He’s a politician, a lawyer. What else could we expect but behavior totally depraved? Former presidential candidate John Edwards has admitted fathering his former campaign videographer’s … Continue reading