Daily Archives: 15 Feb 2017
You’ll see. It’s big.
That’s a gift right there. Human wisdom didn’t reveal that to her……..
Here. It’s almost as good a translation as the Zurich Bible of 1531. Almost. Not quite, but almost.
February 15, 1546: Martin Luther preaches what will be his last sermon. The text was Matthew 11: 25-30: “At that time Jesus answered and said, ‘I thank You, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, that You have hidden these things … Continue reading
A talk with discussion on the complex relationship of science and faith given by Prof Alister McGrath, Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion (Oxford). This talk is a part of the termly series ‘Merton Conversations in Faith and Culture’, … Continue reading
Did you know that Reginald Pole, erstwhile friend of Peter Martyr Vermigli, actually had Vermigli’s wife exhumed so her body could be tossed on a pile of dung (as a show of contempt) for the good woman’s Reformation views? Well … Continue reading
What did the protestant reformations look like in the north of Europe in comparison with other parts of Europe? How did the cultural, political and economic consequences of the religious change affect the relationship between Scandinavia, the British Isles and … Continue reading
You’ll hardly find a better description of God anywhere: “God is a spiritual essence, intelligent, eternal, true, good, pure, just, merciful, most free, of vast power and wisdom, the eternal Father who begat the Son, his own image, from eternity, … Continue reading
MARTIN HENGEL / ANNA MARIA SCHWEMER Jesus und das Judentum [A History of Early Christianity. Volume I: Jesus and Judaism.] 2007. XXIV, 749 pages. 109.00 € Now 49.00 € cloth ISBN 978-3-16-149359-1 » Published in German. The first volume of … Continue reading