Daily Archives: 1 Feb 2018

2018 TWU Septuagint Summer Course: LXX-Job

Originally posted on Septuaginta &c.:
There is more great news for those interested in learning about the Septuagint. Among the various opportunities coming in the next six months that I’ve posted about recently, yet another is now available in…

Posted in Modern Culture

If Humans Are So Great, Why is the World Such a Mess? by Alister McGrath

Human beings often have generous views of themselves – not always easy to defend. Massive scientific advances are sometimes used for destructive purposes. This lecture looks at our changing understanding of ourselves, focussing on Charles Darwin’s theory of human origins … Continue reading

Posted in Modern Culture

Pentebabbleists Are Insane

Since October 2017, over 2300 Texans have died due to the flu. In the face of that fact, Gloria Copeland, wife of word of faith preacher Kenneth Copeland, took to Facebook yesterday to declare that there is no flu season. Although she doesn’t … Continue reading

Posted in Heresy and Heretics, Pentebabbleism, Pentebabbleists, pseudo-christianity, pseudo-theology

Watering Down the Gospel To Attract People Who Won’t Be Committed No Matter How Watery It Gets…

In a bid to better understand the community surrounding the popular megachurch, Lifevision Church leaders reportedly conducted a survey among neighborhood residents over the past week, asking which historic Christian doctrines the church could jettison in order to get people … Continue reading

Posted in Modern Culture


Where love is absent, Christian faith is absent. That rather simple assertion is based on numerous texts of Scripture. For instance, Jesus declares “”By this all will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another.” … Continue reading

Posted in Theology

Carl Trueman – On the Medieval Church

Dr. Carl Trueman lectures in his church history course on the Medieval Church at Westminster Theological Seminary. You can listen here.  Via.

Posted in Church History

Printing in Service of the Reformation

If you’re in Europe, go to this in April. Vortrag von Urs Leu über die Zürcher Druckerei Froschauer Buchdruck und Reformation werden gerne in einem Atemzug genannt, weil die Druckerpresse zur Verbreitung des Evangeliums äusserst nützlich war. Wenig bekannt aber … Continue reading

Posted in Conferences

The Logos Free Book of the Month

Is Stott’s little volume on the Sermon on the Mount.

Posted in Books