Daily Archives: 16 Jun 2015
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Just Keep Producing Interesting Looking Things: Sprachloses Wort? Zur Kritik an Barths und Tillichs Worttheologie – von der Sprache her
Like this newly released book on Barth’s theology. Who doesn’t want to read that? Joachim Ringlebens kritische Lektüre zweier einschlägiger Texte von K. Barth (KD I/1) und P. Tillich (1957) ergibt, dass beide Theologen den theologisch entscheidend wichtigen Begriff “Wort … Continue reading
The poor are oftentimes just as driven by greed and possessiveness as the wealthy. It isn’t a matter of degree in their quest to obtain, it’s a matter of ability which differentiates the poor and the rich. There’s no moral … Continue reading
But such is not new. Just ask Isaiah (5:20). Or Behold, thus does the god of this world blind such rebellious and contentious spirits, who so recklessly contend against the word of God and who do not obey the truth, … Continue reading
And Bruce Jenner can redefine sexuality then Rachel Dolezal can redefine race. Of course the problem with all those redefinitions is that none are based in biological or evolutionary fact. None are ‘real’ in terms of replication.
At least before John P. Meier gets to the death of Jesus in his projected 2 volume but now 5 volume and still not to the death of Jesus yet series ‘A Marginal Jew’. But I have to say, I’m … Continue reading
Herman Selderhuis tackles the subject in a radio interview, here. Give it a listen.
In his brief yet accurate post concerning the IAA’s claim that the newly disclosed second Qeiyafa inscription has Davidic connections (i.e., is from the ‘time of David’).
Be sure to pay it a visit. And while you’re there, why not join the Society. It’s the best in the world.
They’ve sent a packet of awesome stuff including pamphlets, a book, a magazine and postcards (which I’ll use as bookmarks because there’s no way I’m parting with a Cranach postcard). Thanks, you Saxons! (You should like the Sachsen-Anhalt folk on … Continue reading
Joseph Lauer writes Today, Tuesday, June 16, 2015, the IAA circulated English and Hebrew press releases announcing that “A Rare Inscription from the Time of King David was Discovered in the Valley of Elah”. The English release is titled “Who … Continue reading
Throughout Zwingli’s time in Zurich his Catholic foes were itching to rid the Cantons of his influence. Their efforts naturally extended into the political realm and as a result by 1529 things were coming to a head. In early June, … Continue reading
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