Daily Archives: 3 May 2017
The word that came to Jeremiah from Yahweh, saying, ‘Stand at the gate of the Temple of Yahweh and there proclaim this message. Say, “Listen to the word of Yahweh, all you of Judah who come in by these gates … Continue reading
Though God does not act in a bustling manner like men, or proceed with undue eagerness and haste, still he has in his power concealed methods of executing his judgments without moving a finger. — John Calvin
Pastor was assessing woman for demons just days before decapitation… Nope, not The Onion. Rachael Hilyard had asked a friend: Where could she get an exorcism? Her friend told her Pastor Terry Fox. A few days after Fox visited Hilyard’s … Continue reading
Der MOOC „Die Reformation” soll medial attraktiv aufbereitetes Wissen zur Reformation als historisches Phänomen einem großen Publikum zugänglich machen. Die von Martin Luther ausgelöste Reformation gilt als epochales Ereignis, da sie nahezu alle Lebensbereiche betraf: Glaube, Ehe und Familie, Schule … Continue reading
Jim writes (on the LXX facebook page) Although our field is small, there are more books than ever published on the LXX, and in many different series and publishers. It may be helpful to have the occasional round-up, and so … Continue reading
The catalog is here. It is, to put it plainly, a fantastic commentary series.
This is blatant idolatry and no Christian who has any understanding of historic Christianity can or would support it in any respect. Those who call themselves Christians who do, or would, support this mentality are not, let me repeat, are … Continue reading
And don’t miss this oldie but goodie:
He didn’t get a chance to surf the web, or watch cat videos. So what did he do? From May 4, 1521, to March 1, 1522, Luther remained at the Wartburg. There is little of his love of nature in … Continue reading
This is one to add to the resource list! More than 1,600 ancient manuscripts from the renowned Eastern Orthodox Monastery of St. Catherine’s on Mt. Sinai have been made available online! The images, digitized from older microfilms, are of very … Continue reading
Here’s a project worth mentioning: Durham possesses the finest collection of medieval manuscripts of any English cathedral. Durham University, in partnership with Durham Cathedral, is engaged in an ambitious project to digitise Durham Priory Library – the books owned and … Continue reading
Mittwoch, 17. Mai 2017 im Filmmuseum Potsdam: Jan Hus. Filmpräsentation mit Einführung von PhDr. Jan Randák, Prag. Eine Veranstaltung im Rahmen der Ringvorlesung »Reformation in Brandenburg und im östlichen Europa«. Etc. Here. If you can go you should attend.
Via Konrad Schmid-