Daily Archives: 8 Aug 2017

How to Structure A ‘Successful’ Youth ‘Ministry’

Via the Bee– We consulted with thousands of biblical scholars and asked them what the most important elements of a biblical youth group are, and this is what they came up with. Don’t get mad at us; we’re just reporting … Continue reading

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Have Archaeologists Found the Home of Peter, Philip, and Andrew?

Nope.  It’s just another one of the many exaggerated claims that fly around.  Indeed, the story doesn’t match the headline.  Here’s the headline: The Lost Home of Jesus’ Apostles Has Just Been Found, Archaeologists Say Here’s the opening of the … Continue reading

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I Hope This Isn’t True, But I Suspect It Is…

Because the man is insane and can’t go on without constant praise-

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The Earliest Involvements of Calvin in Reform

It is the year 1523. Young Calvin had just arrived from Noyon. De Berquin had translated something of Luther into the French. Thoroughly ill at ease the Sorbonne had accused him before the Parlement. His books and papers39) had been … Continue reading

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News From Hendrickson

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How To Make Zwingli Sausage

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A Dose of Luther to Cheer Your Heart and Brighten Your Day

God has punished you by making you incapable of understanding truth, virtue, or honor, thus handing you over to the devil to tell nothing but lies, indeed, to do all that is evil, and to upset all that is good. … Continue reading

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Calvin: As Equally Gifted as Luther and in Many Respects Moreso

I must patiently submit to this condition which providence has assigned me, that petulant, dishonest and furious men, as if in conspiracy, pour out their virulence chiefly upon me. Other most excellent men indeed they do not spare, assailing the … Continue reading

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Something For the Reformation Jubilee


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Brunner: On Prayer

Faith lives on prayer, indeed, faith is nothing but prayer. The moment we really believe, we are already praying, and when we cease praying we also cease believing. –  Emil Brunner

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Bought with a price: Paul and manumission – Student dissertation (part 3)

Originally posted on Newman Research Centre for the Bible and its Reception:
In parts one and two of Isabella Wray‘s dissertation (BA) exploring Paul’s use of the term ‘feedman’ (ἀπελεύθερος – apeleutheros) in 1 Corinthians 7:22, Isabella has drawn our attention to the…

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The Oxford Theolgy Faculty is Blogging

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