Daily Archives: 6 Feb 2017
via ‘Angry White House Staffer’ on twitter
Under the 25th Amendment to the Constitution, the vice president, together with a “majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide” can remove the president for being … Continue reading
While the first three films in the family-friendly Night at the Museum franchise have starred Ben Stiller and struck a more secular tone, the series will be pushing to win over evangelical audiences in late 2017 with Night at the Creation … Continue reading
It must be Luther year or something. I’ve not seen this number of Luther books since 1917. In diesem Buch werden die Hauptthemen reformatorischer Theologie beleuchtet, die für die evangelische Kirche grundlegend sind, eine starke Wirkungsgeschichte entfaltet haben und bis … Continue reading
Take a look here. Ancient Jew Review is partnering with Trinity Western University Dead Sea Scrolls Institute to host a series of reviews and forums commemorating the 70th anniversary of the discovery of the Qumran scrolls.
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, ISD will be highlighting titles on Reformation history and theology throughout the year. Here we present special offers on the series “Refo500 Academic Studies (R5AS)” from V&R Academic. Refo500 focuses on the religious, … Continue reading
The Germans have issued a stamp commemorating Luther’s translation of the Bible and James Aitken has acquired a sheet while visiting the Deutschlandern and is putting it in the mail. So, thanks James. I do love me some Reformation memorabilia. … Continue reading
Luther’s description of the Papacy fits Donald Trump to a t, doesn’t it. Amazing how little tyrants change over the centuries. “These arrogant and unlearned papists can’t govern the church because they write nothing, they read nothing, but, firmly saddled … Continue reading
There’s only one Christian response to refugees and migrants. Just one.