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Daily Archives: 18 May 2017
It’s not a slip up, it’s a rare admission of the truth.
We learned at a young age to avoid saying we were bored, because if we did, this is the sort of thing we got to do with our hands…
Via Jeff Carter-
Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a lawsuit Thursday against longtime florist Willie Pace for refusing to openly weep tears of joy at the mere thought of a same-sex wedding after a lesbian couple came into his shop to … Continue reading
Right here. Doing theology is hard. But we here at The Babylon Bee want to make it easier than the first world in Super Mario Bros 3! In this article, we’ll briefly explain key differences between Calvinism and Arminianism, so … Continue reading
Thank you, Helen, for this-
Available from Brill in their Open Access section– Women in the Bible, Qumran and Early Rabbinic Literature: Their Status and Roles explores the different attitudes toward the woman’s guilt for the expulsion from the Garden and human’s calamities and the … Continue reading
“God is glad when the craftsman at his bench, the maid at the sink, the farmer at the plough, the dresser at the vines, the mother at the cradle break forth in hymns of prayer, praise and instruction.”—Katharina Schutz Zell … Continue reading
At New College, Edinburgh, on 1 June. All the details are here.
No. Diarmaid MacCulloch writes Anglican cathedrals are booming, it’s not just the evangelicals who can fill a church and the little rural churches are more loved and cared for than they have ever been. The real spectacular decline has been … Continue reading