Daily Archives: 1 May 2017

Oh If Only This Were True…

At Relational Church’s weekly vision meeting Monday, Pastor Jeb Wilder attempted to suggest doing a sermon series called “Cash Jesus Ousside, Howbow Dah?” but was instantly incinerated by a miraculous lightning bolt, sources confirmed. “Crazy idea—just hear me out,” the … Continue reading

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The Reformation in Wittenberg, Part Two

Christian History Institute writes (We are publishing this essay by Dr. West in three parts over the next few weeks as part of our celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. It gives us a closer look at how … Continue reading

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Luther’s 95 Theses

With English subtitles. With thanks to Karla Apperloo for the heads up.

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Reading Catechisms, Teaching Religion

Reading Catechisms, Teaching Religion makes two broad arguments. First, the sixteenth century witnessed a fundamental transformation in Christians’, Catholic and Evangelical, conceptualization of the nature of knowledge of Christianity and the media through which that knowledge was articulated and communicated. … Continue reading

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Luther: On Love of the Bible- Or, How a Theologian is Made

Once when he was a young man he [Martin Luther] happened upon a Bible. In it he read by chance the story about Samuel’s mother in the Books of the Kings. The book pleased him immensely, and he thought that … Continue reading

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Wit and Wisdom From NT Wright

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Subtle Citation, Allusion, and Translation in the Hebrew Bible

Biblicists have long been aware that some compositions in the Bible cite and allude to other compositions. At times these practices are obvious; often, however, they are not. Essays in this volume focus on subtle, not-so-obvious, unrecognized cases of citation … Continue reading

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