Daily Archives: 16 Aug 2017

What Charlottesville Looks Like From Germany

This is must reading.

Posted in Modern Culture

Protestantismus, Antijudaismus, Antisemitismus: Konvergenzen und Konfrontationen in ihren Kontexten

A timely work: Markiert die Reformation eine Zäsur in der Geschichte des christlichen Antijudaismus? Was haben das reformatorische Christentum und seine Wirkungen in Wechselwirkung mit andersartigen Koeffizienten für das Umschlagen des Antijudaismus in eliminatorischen Antisemitismus bedeutet? Zu diesen viel diskutierten … Continue reading

Posted in Church History

Satan Takes Ownership of White Supremacy

In a statement that surprised nearly no one, Satan, the accuser and enemy of God and His people, paused briefly from roaming the earth seeking someone to devour Wednesday to confirm to reporters that he is responsible for the entire … Continue reading

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A Festschrift for Israel Finkelstein

Few are more deserving of such an honor. Finkelstein has done great things and made brilliant contributions to archaeology. Rethinking Israel Studies in the History and Archaeology of Ancient Israel in Honor of Israel Finkelstein Edited by Oded Lipschits, Yuval … Continue reading

Posted in Archaeology, Books

Quote of the Day: On the Necessity of The Authentic Gospel

“A mutilated gospel produces mutilated lives, and mutilated lives are positive evils“- BB Warfield

Posted in Theology

Here’s What You Can Get me For My Impending Birthday

World launch of the Calov Bible facsimile from Lydia Vroegindeweij on Vimeo. More info here.

Posted in Bible

Here’s A Little Intro to Adolf Schlatter

In case you’re unfamiliar with the great man.

Posted in Adolf Schlatter

No- Mr Trump

‘Some very fine people…’

Posted in Modern Culture

Schlatter’s Most Influential Essay

ATHEISTIC METHODS IN THEOLOGY All attempts to illumine clearly the point at which the theological conflict among us arises render a commendable service. So it is fitting to welcome the contribution by Paul Jager in Die Christliche Welt 25 ( … Continue reading

Posted in Schlatter


That profoundly gifted exegete and theologian Adolf Schlatter was born on the 16th of August in 1852. His productivity was second to none as he published commentaries on every book of the New Testament (some for general readers and some … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

“The ringing of bells sounds different than usual when one knows that the deceased is somebody one loves.” — Martin Luther

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