Daily Archives: 11 Aug 2016
Did any of the so called Evangelicals in the room stand up and correct his heretical works righteousness Pelagianism disguised as what they took to be a joke? Because they sure should have. They all should have. Silence in the … Continue reading
Or, as Calvin put it I really do not know whether it is expedient to borrow comparisons from human affairs to express the force of this distinction [among the divine persons]. Men of old were indeed accustomed sometimes to do … Continue reading
“The Trump campaign has confirmed to Hannity.com that Mr. Trump did indeed send his plane to make two trips from North Carolina to Miami, Florida to transport over 200 Gulf War Marines back home.” — quote in article titled “200 Stranded … Continue reading
Tomorrow, August 12. Noon here in the Eastern time zone. Talking about the Romans… and her new book I suspect. Hooray! It live streams on the local NPR affiliate- WUOT.
Because I like to stay occupied, remembering always the old saying ‘idle hands are the Devil’s chief weapon against people who have minds that tend to wander and require concrete assignments in order to stay focused and who never expect … Continue reading
Heading to Emory to attend this lecture next Tuesday. I’ll post a summary and copious photos.
They would take Paul’s admonition to the Corinthians seriously: Do you not realise that, though all the runners in the stadium take part in the race, only one of them gets the prize? Run like that — to win. Every athlete … Continue reading
Bloomsbury will publish this volume in the Winter. The volume, being published by Bloomsbury T&T Clark in the Library of Hebrew Bible/ Old Testament Studies, comprises seven essays by long-serving Officers of the Society: ‘The Origins of the Society for … Continue reading
Viv writes I’m delighted to inform all who didn’t come to the Summer Meeting that Janet Tollington has agreed to become the next Membership Secretary, taking over from the January Meeting onwards. Janet is well known to all as a … Continue reading
I may smile politely on the outside. But just know, on the inside…
The sigh inducing claim: The truth In his Preface to the Book of Psalms, Calvin says: ‘People circulate ridiculous rumours respecting my treasures, my great power, and my wealthy sort of life. But if a man satisfies himself with such … Continue reading