Daily Archives: 27 Sep 2016
The details are as follows: Amy-Jill Levine, “Agreeing to Disagree: How Jews and Christians Read Scripture Differently”- Sept. 29 Dr. Amy-Jill Levine, authot and University Professor at Vanderbilt University, will give the Truitt Center’s annual H. Shelton Smith Lecture. A … Continue reading
Good stuff once again from the Bee. Especially these sardonic remarks: Pray that God would reveal how awesome you are. As you seek to dig into the Word, cover your reading time with prayer—specifically, prayer that God will show you … Continue reading
No error is so gross, that it may not appear most plausible, if you consider it with the reason alone without the aid of the Word. — Martin Luther
‘Then Jesus said, answer texts in the timely way you wish to be answered: for as you reply so will you be replied to and if you delay so will they delay replying to you. If you have at least … Continue reading
You think like this, “As I am a crude ass, and do not read the books, so there is no one in the world who reads them; rather, when I let my braying heehaw, heehaw resound, or even let out … Continue reading
All the details about the Commentary are available here. Get it. Get it today.
By George Athas. That’s it. Just a cover. Not a book. A cover. The outside front covering of the book. Here. It looks like he’s made a good start. Perhaps soon, a book!