Monthly Archives: March 2017
How can you feel good about this and what do you think it suggests about you?
Thank you Bill Clinton for chiming in.
Set in the context of Judean resistance against the Seleucid Empire, Daniel addresses issues such as diaspora, identity, empire, and power. The first biblical apocalypse models how to survive faithfully within a hostile foreign culture, and it voices a full-throated … Continue reading
As you can see from the poster…
Wright claims that withdrawal from these larger narratives held “a good deal of mid-twentieth-century … monster daddy to daddy. Stunning! [NB- Tilling uses voice recognition software and his little boy paid him a visit whilst it was still on. Still, … Continue reading
The 911 is here. The video lectures of the 2nd workshop on Gender, Methodology, and the Ancient Near East, which was held in Barcelona in February 2017 (full program here and a report here), are now online.
Originally posted 31 March, 2014- Pretty neat really- We’re pleased to bring you a new app for Android and iOS—Flashcards for Greek and Hebrew. It’s a powerful new tool for students of Scripture: whether you’re studying for a test or preaching through Ruth, … Continue reading
You are like the ostrich, the foolish bird which thinks it is wholly concealed when it gets its neck under a branch. Or like small children, who hold their hands in front of their eyes and seeing nobody imagine that … Continue reading
For a Christian there is nothing between chastity and marriage. He must either live chastely or marry. — Huldrych Zwingli
The fact that you are pretending moral superiority because married men choose a policy of avoiding tenuous situations is the height of hypocritical posturing. Evidently a segment of society wants men to respect women. Unless they’re married to one. And … Continue reading
And I’ve corrected the date on the poster… but my photoshop skills leave much to be desired… The topic of my lecture is actually quite serious- On The Intersection of Academic Biblical Scholarship and the Life of the Church. So … Continue reading
I put up with this church, in the hope that one day it will become better, just as it is constrained to put up with me in the hope that I will become better.—Desiderius Erasmus Give it a read.
Watch the lecture Prof Gordon delivered at SEBTS here.
You may not know this, but today’s an important day in the history of Biblical scholarship. It’s the ‘birthday’ of Biblical Theology. Yes, it was on the 30th of March, 1787, that Gabler delivered his epoch making speech „De iusto … Continue reading
1- You don’t receive anyone’s prayers unless you’re God. 2- If you don’t know you’re going to die, you’ve not been paying attention. At all.
Read about it here.