Daily Archives: 16 May 2016
This- [People need the] Bible in one hand, yes; near the other hand, within easy reach, one needs a newspaper, a pipe … the entire Migne Greek and Latin Patrology, and, of course, Jim West’s commentaries. I couldn’t have said … Continue reading
Sure, we aren’t all running for office… but still…. I thought you should realize that all of us have skeletons on our tabs. Here’s mine. Again, I’m so ashamed… (but not as a ashamed as you should be…)(Politicians… they’re just … Continue reading
Eerdman’s have sent a copy of this volume for review in the Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament. Consequently, my review will appear there rather than here. I mention it here nonetheless because I think it amazingly helpful for any … Continue reading
We are not to pronounce an imprecation on our enemies, except, first, they are God’s enemies; and, secondly, except we disregard ourselves, and plead not our own cause, but, on the contrary, undertake the cause of public safety, having laid … Continue reading
And shows how much more important it is to be theatrical (in her mind anyway) than to be substantive. Because nothing says Pentecost like confetti shot from confetti guns… Τοῦτο δὲ γίνωσκε, ὅτι ἐν ἐσχάταις ἡμέραις ἐνστήσονται καιροὶ χαλεποί. ἔσονται … Continue reading
“There are few superstitious beliefs as absurd as the idea that a woman can be trapped in a man’s body & vv,” he wrote. “But in the Age of Feeling …” Read the who and the where here. And follow … Continue reading
Pat yourselves on the back, my preciousesssesssssss-
The Bee stings… again.
The upcoming Avignonian Biblical Studies Carnival is looking for the best and brightest posts of the Month of May. Send them along!
I’m in a super foul mood. So I’m not talking to anyone today. Not for my sake. For theirs.
This story makes me unusually sad. The proud dome of the Franciscan chapel is pockmarked with bullet holes and the windows which once looked over the spot of Jesus Christ’s baptism were broken long ago. Metal gates that used to … Continue reading