Daily Archives: 5 Aug 2016
Via Jack Sasson- Several colleagues are reporting the death of George E. Mendenhall, emeritus at the University of Michigan, just shy of his 100th birthday. A University of Michigan notice about him is at http://www.lib.umich.edu/faculty-history/faculty/george-e-mendenhall/memoir. His funeral is scheduled for … Continue reading
21 “You have heard that it was said to the men of old, ‘You shall not kill; and whoever kills shall be liable to judgment.’ 22 But I say to you that every one who is angry with his brother shall be … Continue reading
He’s fun! And learned. And new to the twitter. Oh and my co-editor for a new volume coming out next year with Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. That’s his best claim to fame.
Local man Greg Fischer reports he was looking for a church online Friday morning after recently relocating from out of state, when he stumbled upon The Wandering Church’s statement of faith. After reviewing several of the key doctrines, he suddenly realized almost … Continue reading
The NZZ has a fantastic and fearless essay on Netanyahu that no one should skip. Israels Rechte glaubt, sie kämpfe für «ihr» Land. In Wirklichkeit rütteln Netanyahu und seine Rechtsnationalen an den Fundamenten israelischer Rechtsstaatlichkeit. Schauerlich klingen sie, die Klagelieder. Netanyahu … Continue reading
The earlier graphics have been modified, quite accurately, by a local fellow-
The early church dressed more like modern Muslims than like the Kardashians. #SomethingToRemember #ModestyMatters
For no other reason than that I wish to. You’re welcome.
I wrote this book a decade ago (I can’t believe it has been that long). It contains all of the major Baptist confessions of faith from the earliest days of the movement to the present. If such things interest you, … Continue reading
Or better, a distraction intended to avoid the real issue- women in the Priesthood. So opines a Catholic theologian who also just happens to be a woman. Die Rolle von Diakoninnen in der frühen Kirche ist längst gründlich erforscht, sagt … Continue reading