Monthly Archives: September 2017
From his lectures on the Psalms from 1519-1521, WA 5,163.
If a picture is worth 1000 words, we can only guess the words these poor people are thinking. I’ve made some suggestions…
That’s right- it’s the 2017 edition of the Luther Bible. Hooray.
Originally posted on Larry Hurtado's Blog:
Assumptions and claims about the transmission of the texts of early Christian writings continue to require correction. Old assumptions and claims die slowly, advocates sometimes seeming so wedded to them that they exhibit…
That many of those who call themselves Christians these days have literally no idea what Christianity is, teaches, or involves. Period. They are Christians in name only, not in commitment. They are frauds. They are devoid of theological understanding. They … Continue reading
Several football players at an evangelical college outside Chicago are facing arrest over actions that took place during the alleged hazing of a freshman teammate in March 2016, according to a stunning report published by the Chicago Tribune on Monday. A DuPage … Continue reading
Give a listen to this Timothy George podcast. Dean Timothy George talks with Annemarie S. Kidder about the marriage of Martin Luther and Katherine von Bora.
After five hundred years of examining the life of the “father of the Reformation,” we must surely know all there is to know about Martin Luther. But is that true? Did he really nail his Ninety-Five Theses to the church … Continue reading
This is perfectly true. It’s also true that teachers make the school.
Originally posted on LXX Studies:
I’ve posted my latest on the ETC blog. The post attempts to show how MSS further contextualize the conceptual world of the biblical. I include lots of images of Daniel MSS to try to visualize…
Unconditional love does not mean unconditional agreement. And disagreement does not necessarily mean hate. Just ask any parent who has had a disagreement with their child. The disagreement does not lessen the parent’s unconditional love, though the child may feel … Continue reading
Hendrickson have just published this new volume: Hendrickson’s The Complete Hebrew-Greek Bible combines under one cover the complete text of the Hebrew Bible and the Greek New Testament. Ideal for pastors, students, scholars, and anyone else who has studied both … Continue reading
Does Christianity Today Know the Difference Between a Denomination and a Congregation? It Doesn’t Seem So…
I wonder if anyone at CT knows what’s wrong with that headline….
This is going to be a fantastic resource.
From the University’s web page– Dr Jim West from Ming Hua Theological College will be visiting Newman University Birmingham on 25th September for a public lecture on ‘The Intersection of Academic Biblical Studies and the Life of the Church’. Dr West … Continue reading
This is the best video on facebook. And it’s why Richard Goode is my BFF
This, rather, should be our general rule: whoever glories in himself glories against God. – John Calvin
Christianity doesn’t need advice from the likes of McLaren and its survival isn’t dependent on his absurd notions. And if you think it does, you’re an idiot and a heretic.