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Daily Archives: 21 Jun 2012
The FSB is ideal for your Bible study and Christian community. It works with several popular Bible translations. You can read it anywhere. It’s always growing with new study notes, maps, and media. And the Faithlife community makes it perfect … Continue reading
I hadn’t known formerly and learned just today that Philip Davies and Jonathan Stökl are committee members of the Palestine Exploration Fund. Who knew… Here are some of the events coming soon. If you’re in London, you should go.- 04 … Continue reading
The Post Reformation Digital Library continues to discover/ uncover valuable resources from primary sources. Today, they’ve pointed out this one from Zwingli (his sermon on Divine Providence), and this one from Vermigli. Useful stuff indeed.
Just remember, they still have it. – Andy Borowitz Indeed, and we’re paying for it.
A.T. Robertson remarked once- Just as the scientist laboriously delves into the secrets of nature to learn her processes and plans, so the minister of God must learn the plan of God in Christ as unfolded in His Word and … Continue reading
Tota fere sapientiae nostrae summa, quae vera demum ac solida sapientia censeri debeat, duabus partibus constat, Dei cognitione et nostri. — John Calvin (Inst. 1.1.1)
Originally posted on The Tell es-Safi/Gath Archaeological Project Official (and Unofficial) Weblog:
Since you can’t have an excavation season without a shirt, needless to say, as in previous seasons, we will have a shirt out for the 2012 season.…
On the one hand- Calvinist theology has been debated and promoted for centuries. But is it a theology that should last? Roger Olson suggests that “radical reformed theology,” also known as “high federal Calvinism,” holds an unwarranted place in our … Continue reading
Messengers (that’s what they’re called) voted yesterday to permit those churches uncomfortable (because it’s all about what makes people feel comfortable) with the label ‘Southern Baptist’ to call themselves ‘Great Commission Baptists’. Oddly, the irony of this name change seems … Continue reading