Daily Archives: 29 Apr 2017

Cairo Genizah Exhibit

If you have a chance to go to this, go. Medieval documents from the Cairo Genizah are now on display in an exhibit at the Cambridge University Library called “Discarded History: The Genizah of Medieval Cairo.” Many of the texts, which reveal the … Continue reading

Posted in Modern Culture

Happy G.W. Locher Day

April 29, 1911– Gottfried W. Locher was born. His contributions to the field of Reformation studies were so influential that when he was honored with a Festschrift, it took two volumes to house all the essays that were requested. Indeed, … Continue reading

Posted in Church History

St. Jerome: A Dose a Day Keeps the Heretics Away

When God formed man out of slime, and through the grace of His own inspiration gave him a soul, had that soul previously existed and subsisted which was afterwards bestowed by the inspiration of God, and where was it? or … Continue reading

Posted in Jerome