Daily Archives: 12 Sep 2016
How can you? Honestly. How?
The best advice you can be given is to watch this series from Brit Tv- Very British Problems. It’s on Netflix. If a Brit says anything to you, anything at all, it has to be decoded and this series is … Continue reading
Churches fail people when they give them what they want instead of what they need. And Christians fail churches and their neighbors when they demand that churches give them what they want rather than what they need.
Local worship leader Jimmy “Page” Johnson reported Monday that he’s still working nights at a nearby logging operation, manning a chainsaw to help cut down trees, all without ever changing his outfit. “It’s really ideal for my situation,” Johnson said, clad … Continue reading
Just paint a wall by a urinal with a text you’ve completely decontextualized and then use it for chuckle material for adolescent boys. That’ll do it. Text bastardized.
Here. Oh, and by the by, if you really want to read THE BIBLE, learn Hebrew and Greek. Otherwise you aren’t really reading the Bible anyway.
Das Buch dokumentiert das dritte Internationale Symposium zum Werk Karl Barths. Im Mittelpunkt stehen Barths Arbeiten zur Versöhnungslehre. Ihre Innovationen vor allem auf den Feldern der Christologie, der Soteriologie und der Rechtfertigungslehre werden vorgestellt, aufgearbeitet und auf ihre für Theologie, … Continue reading
Fact is, there are actually too many of this sort in the ministry… Contorting his face into a pained expression and covering the word in exaggerated air quotes, pastor Evan Duncan of Journey of Grace Church uttered the word “theology” … Continue reading
You can easily understand Jeremiah’s lament- My grief is beyond healing, my heart is sick within me. Hark, the cry of the daughter of my people from the length and breadth of the land: “Is the LORD not in Zion? Is … Continue reading
So we need to remind ourselves that overemphasizing Jesus’ humanity leads to as many errors as overemphasizing his divinity. #OldHeresiesMadeNewInRecentBooks
You should check this out: This year again, I teach a course of Introduction to the Bible and to exegesis at the University of Strasbourg. This is a first-year course for students preparing a bachelor in Protestant Theology or a University Degree … Continue reading
@bildungkirche – AT-Professor Konrad Schmid zum Streit Emil Brunners mit der liberalen Theologie, der ihn geprägt hat. #emilbrunner50
So here’s a post from the anniversary of his death- to remind you why he matters still- “Barth’s letter arrived on the morning of 5 April. Vogelsanger cycled to the clinic at Zollikerberg, and informed Brunner that “Karl Barth sends … Continue reading
Wir berichten live von der Tagung zum 50.Todestag von Emil Brunner. Auch bei twitter mit dem Hashtag #emilbrunner50 @drjewest @refpunktch Absolutely.