Daily Archives: 29 May 2016

The Real ‘Dark Ages’

A generation which has produced two World Wars, and a totalitarian State with all its horrors, has very little cause to designate the Middle Ages as “dark” (the whole of the Christian period up to the Enlightenment must be included with the Middle Ages). … Continue reading

Posted in Brunner

‘Do This In Remembrance of Me’

Jesus died for our sins.  That’s worth remembering.  Worth memorializing.

Posted in Theology

Quote of the Day

Faith is given to those who have been elected and ordained to eternal life, but so that election precedes, and faith follows election as a sign of it. — Zwingli

Posted in Theology, Zwingli

What Makes One Human?

The fact that man has been created by God means that his whole existence is determined by his relation to God. –  Emil Brunner

Posted in Brunner, Modern Culture

Tom Wright Is Offering a Course on Romans…

And it’ll cost ya (but they don’t tell you how much it is up front which means ‘you don’t want to know’).  And when you pay you can learn what Romans DOESN’T mean!   Have fun!

Posted in Modern Culture

Trump’s Cabinet Will Include Voldemort

And President Trump will invade Scotland on the fourth day of his Presidency… Via Thomas Pitrone on FB.

Posted in mockery, Modern Culture

The Death of Luther’s Father

Joy and grief, life and death, are closely joined in this changing world. On the 5th of June, Luther received the sad news of the pious death of his father, which occurred at Mansfeld, May 29. When he first heard … Continue reading

Posted in Luther

The First Review of our Garbini Festschrift

Is here.  It’s a review by William Brown worth reading.

Posted in Books, Modern Culture