Daily Archives: 17 Apr 2017

“Emergent Theology Workshop”: The Video

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It’s Time For Christianity to Say ‘This is Who We Are: Take it Or Leave it’

The chief weakness of Christianity is and always has been its sometime willingness to acquiesce to the demands of society in order to find acceptance, ‘tolerance’, or whatever.  From time immemorial, as soon as the Church has agreed to the … Continue reading

Posted in Theology

The Bee Stings the Eisegesis of Osteen

The Texas Department of State Health Services has issued an order to Joel Osteen, bestselling author and pastor of Lakewood Church, to acquire a butcher’s license in order to continue handling Scripture. The department’s Meat Safety Assurance Unit was tipped … Continue reading

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Two New Volumes Worth Sharing

First, for the Melanchthon-ites out there (and who in their right mind isn’t?) Written by a team of internationally renowned scholars, this newly conceived handbook provides a reliable introduction to the life, work, and impact of Philipp Melanchthon. It presents … Continue reading

Posted in Books, Church History, Melanchthon

Nuremberg 2017

The program for the Society for Reformation Research’s summer conference in Nuremberg on “Jews, Christians and Muslims in the Reformation Era” is now available online. http://www.nuremberg2017.org/ Take a look.

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Christians and Yoga

The Bee offers this warning….

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A Guy With A Gun, in Church, On Easter, And the Gun Fires…

I guess this guy doesn’t know anything about gun safety.  A lack of common sense seems widespread in the NRA community. A gun went off before an Easter service at a Wilson County church Sunday.  It happened at Gladeville Baptist … Continue reading

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Just A Reminder…

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Twitter Theology That Makes Me Sigh

Oh Molty… what are we going to do with you?  The ‘god’ you envision is utterly powerless and totally dependent on three women or else his entire plan falls apart?  Your God is too small.  You need a better theological … Continue reading

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Why Are We Still Discussing the Dead Sea Scrolls?

Here’s why. Many people have heard of the Dead Sea Scrolls, but few know what they are or the significance they have for people today. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and … Continue reading

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