Daily Archives: 1 Oct 2017

It’s Just an Observation, Don’t Get Mad

It’s fascinating to me the number of Christians who are satisfied living at what can only be described as the lowest threshold for Christian faith.  These folk are happy doing the bare minimum expected societally so that they can be … Continue reading

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Since It’s ‘Marburg Colloquy’ Day, And I’m Thinking About the Meaning of the Lord’s Supper…

Let’s hear what Calvin said on the matter in 1559- 30 years after the colloquy- The presence of Christ in the Supper we must hold to be such as neither affixes him to the element of bread, nor encloses him … Continue reading

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I Hope She Doesn’t Teach A Sunday School Class… She Has No Idea What a ‘Man of God’ Is

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Fitzmyer’s Commentary on Romans: An Observation

I’ll happily take Fitzmyer’s interpretation of Romans 1 over Doug Campbell’s any, and every day of the week.  Fitzmyer’s work has the benefit of being exegetical whilst Campbell’s is textbook eisegesis.

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An Interview with Jongkind and Williams on the Forthcoming Edition of the Greek New Testament from Cambridge

Here.

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Still Fantastic After all These Years

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Marburg, 1529, And the Colloquy There Held

Huldrych Zwingli and Johannes Oecolampadius met with Martin Luther and Philipp Melanchthon in Marburg beginning October 1, 1529 till October 3.  They agreed on 14 of 15 points but, as everyone knows, they couldn’t come to agreement on the meaning … Continue reading

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Fitzmyer’s Commentary on Romans is the Logos Free Book of the Month

Get it here.

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