Daily Archives: 22 Aug 2016

Scholars You Should Know

Raz Kletter.  I’ve him in mind because I’ve just read through an essay to be published by SJOT by him and it’s fantastic and a fine reminder of why he’s a scholar you should know.  He never disappoints.

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Let’s Be Honest, Starbucks…

What are the chances that I’m going to get any game pieces that aren’t like the ones I’ve already gotten? That’s right, I’m expressing doubt as to the ‘randomness’ of this.

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A Poll

I’d be appreciative if you lot would actually take this one seriously:

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Barth Was Absolutely Right About One Thing…

No one who loves Mozart can be all bad-

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A Victory for Common Sense in Opposition to Obama’s Toilet Policy

Months after the Obama administration advised school districts that transgender students should be given access to bathrooms based on their gender identity, a federal judge in Texas has blocked the guidance from going into effect — for now. U.S. District … Continue reading

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The Bee Stings Driscoll’s Heavyhandedness

Mark Driscoll became furious over the weekend after spotting a new church plant which had popped up within a 5-mile radius of his recently-launched Trinity Church and decided to do something about it, according to sources. Waiting for the newbie … Continue reading

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Or more particularly, a new essay in ZDPV by Aren et al titled The Importance of the Donkey as a Pack Animal in the Early Bronze Age Southern Levant: A View from Tell es Safi / Gath. In this paper, … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

Whoever trusts in his own mind is a fool, but he who walks in wisdom will be delivered. – Pro 28:26.

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The Works of Calvin

The Ioannis Calvini opera quae supersunt omnia (59 volumes) is now on sale from the Bookstore and Antiquarian De Roo in Zwijndrecht, the Netherlands. The whole set of the Ioannis Calvini opera quae supersunt omnia consists of 59 volumes in 58 bindings. This … Continue reading

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