Daily Archives: 16 Apr 2017
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In what should rank as one of the more ironic facts of modern politics, prominent Christian leaders and a record number of self-proclaimed evangelical voters supported for president a man of undisguised cruelty and unmatched narcissism. Indeed, for some evangelicals, … Continue reading
Originally posted on Newman Research Centre for the Bible and its Reception:
It was a real joy to have Lloyd Pietersen with us recently to present a paper on ‘Does the Matthean Jesus really love his enemies?’ He was participating as…
As Ralph Keen points out, When you can’t read Fraktur, Bucherei becomes…
But some believe… When at Athens Paul began to preach of our Lord Jesus Christ and the resurrection of the dead, they laughed at him first; but, after they thoroughly understood the matter, many of them were converted to the … Continue reading
There’s a great little essay here about just those very things. The time: March 9, 1522, the first Sunday of Lent. The crime scene: a printer’s workshop in Grabengasse, just a stone’s throw from Zurich’s city walls. The first in … Continue reading