Daily Archives: 25 Nov 2016
Who died 24 November, 1531… just over a month after Zwingli was slaughtered by the Papist forces at Kappel-am-Albis. At the very time that these flourishing churches were falling to the ground, the Reform witnessed the extinction of its brightest … Continue reading
There’s a fantastic overview of Knox here- by the Germans! I guess the Scots can’t be bothered with Knox these days (and anyway, he’d hate the Church of Scotland with a passionate fire only Knox himself could muster). Als wuchtige … Continue reading
So why are you complaining now that you think Russia may have done the same to us? That’s the classic definition of hypocrisy. So two passages from Scripture are offered to you: You reap what you sow. Do to others … Continue reading
Myconio suo Zuinglius S. Incertus animi sum, an mala, quę nobis occurrunt (si tamen mala sunt), tibi significanda sint, homini supra modum clementię misericordięque dedito; vereor enim, nisi pręmuniero pectus tuum ἀλεξιφαρμάκοις, ne in tristiciam immoderatam incidas, tam es nostri … Continue reading
Who most of them actually think like-
Who most of them actually write like-
And what they actually look like- Self delusion is always the worst delusion…
Is this one. I can never listen to it without getting a tear in the eyes. And I’ve listened to it hundreds of times. Maybe thousands.
And couldn’t spell the word ‘Doctrine’… (from SBL 2014).
In a just-published study about how our ancestral needs impact our modern feelings, researchers uncovered something that will surprise few among the highly intelligent. While most people are happier when they’re surrounded by friends, smart people are happier when they’re … Continue reading
Originally posted on Newman Research Centre for the Bible and its Reception:
The early Church father, Tertullian, once wrote: “[w]hat indeed has Athens to do with Jerusalem? What concord is there between the Academy and the Church?” (De praescriptione, vii).…