Daily Archives: 10 May 2016
“Holiness is the habit of agreeing with God” — J.C. Ryle.
According to several eyewitness reports coming out of Benny Hinn’s “This Is Your Day” revival event Tuesday, the faith healer and televangelist performed yet another miraculous healing, this time instantly and completely removing a large growth from an attendee’s purse. Hinn reportedly … Continue reading
Because the world can never have too many ongoing decades long in the making not yet completed editions of the Dead Sea Scrolls… Penn State scholar Daniel Falk has been named one of three editors on an international project to … Continue reading
A friend (David Graves) picked up one of these brilliant bronze medallions commemorating the 5ooth Anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation- #30 out of 500 for me. It’s a fantastic and intricately wrought piece of art that I’m going to display … Continue reading
During the 1990s and in the early 21st century, a new current in biblical archaeology became dominant. A new school from Tel Aviv University, led by Israel Finkelstein, Ze’ev Herzog and Nadav Na’aman, rejected the circular reasoning of traditional archaeology … Continue reading
So very sad- what a mind. Via Jack Sasson. OBITUARIES: Herbert Donner (1930-2016) Am 28. April 2016 verstarb Prof. Dr. theol. Dr. phil. Dr. h.c. Herbert Donner im Alter von 86 Jahren in Kiel. Mit ihm verliert die Theologische Fakultät … Continue reading
And that’s this one. Oh yes, they have books in heaven. That’s what makes it heaven. Barth told Brunner today ‘If I had read this commentary earlier in my life I would have avoided every exegetical error I made.’ I … Continue reading
Happy birthday, Karl! Let’s celebrate!
Der Schweizer Karl Barth gilt als das theologische Genie des 20. Jahrhunderts. Er hat die Bekennende Kirche mit am stärksten beeinflusst – auch dort, wo man sich seiner Radikalität nicht anschloss. Obgleich konsequent reformierter Theologe hat er doch über die … Continue reading
Were it not for the rambling blatherings and hardy har har’s of their sermons as presently offered. This of course because most know nothing about the Bible and don’t care to. Because they don’t see themselves as Proclaimers of the … Continue reading
It’s a YouTube lecture hosted by Edwards in his very messy and in great need of organizing office. But it’s a very informative discussion.