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Daily Archives: 14 Dec 2013
Every time we endure a mindless massacre some reporter or some witness will invariably say ‘the victim was just in the wrong place at the wrong time’. This is utterly false. The only person in the wrong place is the … Continue reading
Theology is an assault on the sin-distorted intellect; it is the obedience of faith penetrating the realm of thought. — Emil Brunner (source as previous).
Lawrence Mykytiuk has written two essays: “Strengthening Biblical Historicity vis-a-vis Minimalism, 1992-2008 [and Beyond], Part 1: Introducing a Bibliographic Essay in Five Parts” Journal of Religious and Theological Information 9/3-4 (November 2010): 1-13. And then Strengthening Biblical Historicity vis-à-vis Minimalism, … Continue reading
It’s almost as if he had never bothered to read Romans 1:18.
“‘For example’ is not the same as ‘proof.’” ~ Yiddish Proverb
Philosophy, which fundamentally wishes to call everything into question, because it is only by doing so that it can be a basic discipline, dares not call into question one point, one certainty – namely, reason itself. It argues that reason … Continue reading
The title of this week’s segment is – Mysterious Prophecies airing December 18, 2013 – 10:00-11:02PM ET. Biblical prophecies are said to be messages and warnings sent from God, but what do they really foretell? Can they be decoded and … Continue reading
With burning sorrow I report that Michael Barber too has been led astray by the Hengelians. 😦 I had such high hopes for Michael. He seems so nice in person… But I guess you never know a person until they … Continue reading
In a letter to [Nicolaus Pareus on] December 14, 1540, he says, “With regard to the call to Geneva, my soul is in such perplexity and darkness, that I scarcely dare venture to think what I ought to do in … Continue reading
If anyone in this country can be even remotely happy with that sickening statistic… well… they are the exemplifications of human depravity. If anyone thinks that gun violence is cured by the presence of more guns, they also believe that … Continue reading
“A quarrel is like an itch; the more you scratch, the more it itches.” ~ Yiddish Proverb
Brunner believed that the emerging “dialectical theology” was iconoclastic, not constructive, and that it failed to recognize the moral and theological complexity of culture and religion. – Alister McGrath