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

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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

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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

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