Daily Archives: 4 Sep 2010
I have a question I hope you won’t mind answering one day. Why do you let people like this live? Carlotta Pierce Why do you allow such wickedness as seems to be the case here? The police are investigating the … Continue reading
“But this I know: the theologians of every country only half discharge their duties if they think it enough to treat of the Gospel in the recondite language of learning and bury it in scholarly folios.” – Adolf Von Harnack … Continue reading
So during the First Kappel War (in 1529), the Catholics and Reformed shared dinner. As Schaff relates The hostile armies faced each other from Cappel and Baar, but hesitated to advance. Catholic guards would cross over the border to be … Continue reading
So all the prostitutes have moved over to the ‘personal ads‘ section. Craigslist closed the adult services section of its website Saturday, replacing it with a black bar that says “censored,” just over a week after a group of state … Continue reading
This is pure sickening. I’m so glad my tax dollars are bailing out Afghans. It does so warm my heart. Meanwhile, the US economy is in the toilet, jobs are still not coming back, construction is stalled, our own banks … Continue reading
Eberhard Busch’s lecture to the theological faculty of the University of Zurich from 2000 is a grand read. And I mention it only because of that fact.
Protesters hurled shoes and eggs Saturday as Tony Blair held the first public signing of his memoir amid high security in the Irish capital. Hundreds more people lined up to have their books autographed — evidence that the divisions left … Continue reading
There’s a very interesting essay in The Star this morning that people in the States who are involved in Higher Ed and students of said institutions should read. After a few introductory paragraphs, the essayist observes Two right-wing think tanks, … Continue reading
Okie dokie. Now Mark Stevens won’t have to try to get a copy of the not available anyway DVD. With thanks to Stephen Goranson for pointing it out. Part two is here, three is here, four is here, and five … Continue reading
If you haven’t read Gisela Matthiae’s fascinating essay in WiBiLex, you owe it to yourself to do it. And if you aren’t familiar with WiBiLex, do give it a look. It’s one fantastic resource for biblical studies.
This is appalling but I wonder how many abortion providers are doing exactly the same thing and have just never been caught… Maryland health officials have ordered two doctors to stop performing abortions after a woman was critically injured during … Continue reading
And why aren’t child pornography purchases by workers there being investigated and prosecuted? Are people at the Pentegon above the law? Or is it just another in a long series of military cover-ups? A 2006 Immigration and Customs Enforcement investigation … Continue reading
Song of Songs by Tod Linafelt of Georgetown University and 1, 2, & 3 John by John Y. H. Yieh of Virginia Seminary. http://www.vts.edu/podium/default.aspx?t=118919 PDF downloads: http://www.vts.edu/ftpimages/95/download/FM.Linafelt.Song_of_Songs.pdf http://www.vts.edu/ftpimages/95/download/FM.Yieh.1-2-3-John.pdf Check them out, and the other volumes in the series.