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Daily Archives: 29 Nov 2017

What Kind of Perverted Monster is Matt Lauer and Why did NBC Let him Be It?

I’m grateful every day my daughter hasn’t been subjected to this kind of sick depravity. Because I would be in prison.

 
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Posted by on 29 Nov 2017 in Modern Culture

 

The #GOPTaxScam

Dear GOP Senators and Congressmen,

I was afraid the 1% and Congress would be hurt by the bill you’re putting together. It’s such a relief to know that only the middle and lower classes will be.   Thanks so much Senator Lamar Alexander and Senator Bob Corker.   You guys are real heroes to the super rich. I just hope you don’t have to stay in office to see the death and destruction you’ll cause.

 
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Posted by on 29 Nov 2017 in Modern Culture, Politics

 

Celebrity Sweat Causes Sea Level Rise

The Babylon Bee has the news that profusely sweating celebrities worried about being outed as perverts are responsible for rising sea levels. Read the news.

 
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Posted by on 29 Nov 2017 in Modern Culture

 

It Looks Like Rome Has Finally Gotten Around to Dedicating that Square in the City to Luther

Back in 2015 Rome decided to honor Luther with a square.  It looks like they’ve finally dedicated it-

Well that seems about right, given Rome’s 500 year long attitude to Martin…

 
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Posted by on 29 Nov 2017 in Humor, Modern Culture

 

Predestination and Preaching in Genevan Theology from Calvin to Pictet

Given the conclusions of recent research, that predestination was no central dogma to, and did not affect the method of reformed theology, this study investigates the question of if and how the doctrne of predestination affected the ideas and practice of preaching. The relation of predestination and covenant, congregation, atonement, faith etc. are researched in the theology and sermons of John Calvin, Theodore Beza, John Diodati, and Theodore Tronchin, Francis Turretin, and Benedict Pictet.

This study shows that in Genevan Reformed Theology from Calvin to Pictet, predestination and the external call were inseparably connected, but that the doctrine of predestination neither dominated the content nor restricted the address of the external call.

 
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Posted by on 29 Nov 2017 in Books, Church History

 

Why did the Museum of the Bible’s scholars destroy ancient Egyptian artifacts?

By the tag team of Moss and Baden.  Give it a read.

 
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Posted by on 29 Nov 2017 in Archaeology

 

Matt Lauer…

Evidently the perviness is everywhere.

 
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Posted by on 29 Nov 2017 in Modern Culture