Daily Archives: 29 Sep 2012

Tim’s Online Book Launch

Tim writes Do please participate in helping me to make my latest experiment in online publication work better. I want to explore how authors and readers can engage more and at greater depth through using online communications. My book Not Only … Continue reading

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Fun Facts from Church History: Luther and Hebrew

According to Helen Kraus, Martin Luther’s knowledge of Hebrew was minimal and, in his own words he was ‘… no Hebrew grammarian, nor do I wish to be’.  Luther also expressed ‘a deep-seated distaste for Hebrew grammar’. She continues, ‘Luther … Continue reading

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On the Nature of the Bible: An Observation

The belief that the Bible isn’t in its very essence and nature ‘theological’ is the same as believing that the sun isn’t hot or that politicians aren’t dishonest. No one who has experienced the heat of the sun or the … Continue reading

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Gunter Grass is At It Again, With Another Poem About Israeli Policy

His second: Nobel Prize literature laureate, declared ‘persona non grata’ by Israel over a poem criticizing its stance on Iran, lauds nuclear whistle-blower Vanunu as a ‘hero.’ After drawing fire for criticizing Israel’s stance on Iran in a controversial poem … Continue reading

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Zwingli’s First Mass

Huldrych Zwingli was ordained a priest and celebrated his first Mass on the 29th of September, 1506, at his home town of Wildhaus.  He would serve that Church and the Church at Glarus (where the first stirrings of Reform would begin … Continue reading

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What Happens When an American Goes to Britain Goes to Germany to Study Theology…

This- Timothy Michael Law- Septuagintalist You’ve been warned.

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