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Daily Archives: 9 Apr 2017

The Newest Issue of ETR is Devoted to The Reformation

Études théologiques et religieuses

 
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Posted by on 9 Apr 2017 in Church History

 

SOTS Summer Meeting 2017

Note especially this bit-

The Jordanian Lead Books – Panel discussion (Dr James Aitken (Cambridge), Dr Margaret Barker (Borrowash), Professor Bernhard Lang (Paderborn), and Professor Alan Millard (Liverpool).

Oh my. Still?

 
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Posted by on 9 Apr 2017 in SOTS

 

Those Christian ‘Passover Seders’…

Christian ‘Passover seders’ make as much sense as Jewish infant baptisms.

 
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Posted by on 9 Apr 2017 in Modern Culture

 

Finally, Someone in the Media Who Understands Historical Context

“But interpreting new skeletons and new DNA data, however, requires both context and nuance that are often lost in popular presentations of archaeological data. While we should absolutely consider the similarities between daily lives of past people and ours today, we also need to remember that contemporary terms cannot necessarily be used in the same way, and that faulty and biased modern assumptions can pervade our interpretations of the past if we are not careful.”

Finally.  Enjoy a well written and intelligent essay.

 
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Posted by on 9 Apr 2017 in Archaeology

 

The Difference Between American Christians and Egyptian Christians

Egyptian Christians would die to be in Church.  American Christians will hardly get out of bed to be in Church.

 
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Posted by on 9 Apr 2017 in Modern Culture