Daily Archives: 13 May 2017
‘Mother’ – 240x ‘Father’ – 943x ‘Hell’ -32x ‘Heaven’ – 532x ‘God’ – 4394x ‘Sin’ – 446x ‘Man’ – 2081x ‘Woman’ – 395x You’re welcome.
Oh, and if you ‘like’ Rob Bell I’m going to go ahead and defriend you. Immediately. And irretrievably. Light can have no fellowship with darkness.
To the godly the scripture is nothing dark at all, and the Lord’s will is altogether to have us understand it: thus, the scriptures ought always to be expounded. – Heinrich Bullinger
Which also includes a review by yours truly. Just keep scrolling to the bottom.
Because of his very substantive contributions to biblical studies in general and Pauline studies in particular. And I think the portrait, which now adorns the entrance Hall, catches the true spirit of the man. Congrats, Chris! No one deserves this … Continue reading
If you substitute the first day of class and the last day with ‘Christmas’ and ‘Easter’ the Church looks the same way…
Texts, Practices, and Groups. Multidisciplinary approaches to the history of Jesus’ followers in the first two centuries
Proceedings of the First Meeting of Bertinoro on Early Christianity (1-4 October, 2014). Within the contemporary renewal of the exegetical and historical research on Jesus and early Christianity, this book focuses on a wider knowledge of the social and cultural … Continue reading