Daily Archives: 2 Jun 2015
By Jeff Carter…
[I will refer to] the books which he vomited forth in a drunken fit. … He is a barbarian both in speech and knowledge. His style is rude. He cannot defend even the truth; but, for the sake of laymen, … Continue reading
Anabaptist heretics were the first to enjoy the accomadations at St Lambert’s I would so enjoy putting various heretics in St. Lambert’s tower cages. So enjoy…
There is no ‘yes’ in the Bible to same sex marriage. It simply isn’t there. Mr Achtemeier can change his mind all he wants and embrace any ideology he pleases and so can everyone else. But he CANNOT, he MAY … Continue reading
Which will be made later this week. Stay tuned. It’s big. (Not for you, for me).
Where you’ll stop, nobody knows. And they can’t tell you you’re wrong. Because you are the lord and god of all your own truth and no one else’s view matters at all. Farewell, then, to truth, when whoever can say … Continue reading
V&R have published of late a volume of that title which they describe this way: Death and dying were not in the main focus of the denominational conflicts of the 16th century. However, pious literature covered these topics again and … Continue reading
Sad beyond words. SBL has announced the 2015 annual meeting hashtag- #aarsbl15. Ick. I liked it better when we didn’t have to associate with those weird AAR people with their uncut hair and smell and poor hygiene and super weird … Continue reading
Originally posted on Reading Acts:
Logos’s Free Book of the Month promotion is offering an excellent commentary once again for the month of June. Until the end of this month, Logos users can download Anthony Tomasino’s contribution on Esther in the Evangelical…
FIFA’s head is resigning. Good. It’s about time. But he should leave today. Not tomorrow, and not at some point in the future. Today. FIFA president Sepp Blatter announced on Tuesday that he asked the organization to call together a … Continue reading
That friendship with the world is enmity with God?” A lot of Christians seem to have forgotten that and done so as a consequence of forgetting that the norma normans of the Christian’s life is Scripture, not culture.
Cats could be making children stupid, according to research that links a parasite carried by the animals with falling reading and memory aptitude in young people. A study has found performance at school could be affected by Toxoplasma gondii, a … Continue reading
Exaggerated claims, hopes, and wishes notwithstanding- Last November, Paper magazine tried to “break the Internet” by featuring the ample posterior of Jenner’s stepdaughter Kim Kardashian. Today, I hope Jenner breaks the Internet as the Vanity Fair cover ricochets across the … Continue reading