Daily Archives: 6 Aug 2016

Don’t Bother…

Most of them are clearly predestined to eternal torment.

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Answering Your Letters

NO!  (I mean, sure, I’m ‘pretty handsome’ but 1) I’m happily married and 2) you didn’t leave a number so exactly how am I supposed to text????)

Lunatics.  Is this you Joel Watts?  You’re out of control.

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BibleWorks 10 No Longer Functions

It opens, but as soon as it does it crashes.  There’s no fix I can find and rebooting, etc. doesn’t help at all.  I tweeted for help but received no reply.

Has this sort of crash happened to others?  If so, what’s the fix?

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A Documentary About Luther on PBS

You remember Luther, the guy who started Reforming two years after Zwingli.

AAR Is Implementing a New Scheme to Get People to Attend Their Annual Meeting…

Biertisch als Altar.

Forthcoming… “Huldrych Zwingli’s Friendly Rejoinder to Luther’s Sermon against the Fanatics”

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Huldrych Zwingli’s Friendly Rejoinder to Luther’s Sermon against the Fanatics, Translation and Introduction.  An Occasional Publication of the Pitts Theology Library, Forthcoming.

Evidently the first book I translated for Pitts was well received so they’ve asked for a second and we’ve decided on this blazing bit of joy from Zwingli’s pen.

Signs of the Times…

I’ll just leave these here for a bit…

Studying the ecclesiology of a national church: the Danish context

You can read the essay of that title for free in the International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church.

Studying the ecclesiology of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Denmark is a complicated matter. It requires knowledge of a broad range of subjects such as theology, political science, history, and anthropology. This article shows some of the difficulties and problems related to studying a national church which is heavily politicised, because a national church, in a globalised context, easily becomes the symbol of a past identification of nation, state, church, and people. Today, this identification is changing because of immigration, secular ideologies, and secularisation. Researchers in ecclesiology must be aware of the political and national dimensions of their research and how their conclusions are used in the political debate.