Daily Archives: 11 May 2012
Theology is most polemical when at its most practical; theology is most practical when at its most polemical.
Michael Horton has a very, very fine, very intelligently written, unassailable piece on the fact that same sex marriage makes sense only in a society adrift, where ego-centrism reigns and the God revealed in Scripture is jettisoned. Some of … Continue reading
Originally posted on Vaisamar:
Vecinii noștri de la ITP au vrut să construiască 3 blocuri mari de locuințe. Nefăcându-și bine socoteala cheltuielilor, au săpat o groapă mare, au turnat temelia și s-au oprit din cauză de criză. Peste groapă a…
With many thanks to Joel Green for mentioning this fascinating resource on G+. For the first time, ORBIS allows us to express Roman communication costs in terms of both time and expense. By simulating movement along the principal routes of … Continue reading
The Persian Imperial Authorization as Historical Problem and as Biblical Construct: A Plea for Differentiations in the Current Debate
Another great essay by the great Konrad Schmid. It was originally published in 2007 but remains relevant.
Britain’s Outrageous Censorship Practices: ‘Archbishop Cranmer’ and the Advertising Standards Authority
This really, really is outrageous. Because a blogger calling himself Archbishop Cranmer posted this pro-marriage graphic on his blog, the authorities in Britain are assaulting him with threatenings: Here’s what the blogger says- Apparently there have been a number of … Continue reading
Is like asking a class of kindergarteners what it thinks of Congress. They may have an opinion, but it’s not an informed opinion and it shouldn’t be viewed as in any sense meaningful. The problem is, however, that too many … Continue reading
Oh that’s rich… someone needs to learn a few words. And their meaning. And how to spell them.