And if every American doesn’t, neither should anyone in Congress.
It’s time to assign something else.
It makes me tingle with pleasure from head to toe when I see that through me, poor wretched man that I am, God the Lord maddens and exasperates you hellish and worldly people, so that in your spite you will burst and tear yourselves to pieces – while I sit under the shade of faith and the Lord’s Prayer, laughing at you devils and your crew and you blubber and struggler in your great fury. — Martin Luther
Take a look at the interactive site here.
The physical exhibition curated by Dr Stefan Bauer and Bethany Hume, from the University of York, will be on display at the Old Palace, York Minster from the 15th November – 15th December 2016. The exhibition showcases the collections of the York Minster library, examining the role of religious polemic in the early modern period.
All images taken within this exhibition are taken by Paul Shields, and made available by the University of York under the creative commons licence, via their digital library website.
This digital exhibition is interactive, if you click on any of the links it will lead you to a zoomable image of the books.
The Zurichers propose an answer.
In this blog post I would like to provide a short summary of my PhD dissertation ‘Von den Wächtern zu Adam. Frühjüdische Mythen über die Ursprünge des Bösen und ihre frühchristliche Rezeption’, (From the Watchers to Adam. Early Jewish Myths on the Origins of Evil and their Early Christian Reception) which was published in Mohr Siebeck’s Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament (WUNT) II in October 2016.
When tyranny rises it is the duty of Christians to rise in opposition in direct proportion to the evil at hand. Christian silence is not an option. Christian resistance is the only proper path. Even if it means death for the cause of Christ.