Daily Archives: 2 May 2018

This Made Me Laugh

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Denver Hotels Are Adding Important Signs For Members of AAR

If you have a friend in AAR, do remind them to have someone read signs to them, for their own safety.  And if you have a Wrightian friend too…

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Luther’s Epistle of Straw: The Voice of St. James in Reformation Preaching

This work challenges the common consensus that Luther, with his commitment to St. Paul’s articulation of justification by faith, leaves no room for the Letter of St. James. Against this one-sided reading of Luther, focused only his criticism of the … Continue reading

Posted in Book Review, Books, Church History

Heinrich Heppe: A Super Introit into Reformed Theology

If you’re interested in Reformed Theology a very, very good place to start is with this newly published Logos version of Heinrich Heppe’s Dogmatics.  You may not know his name, but he’s spectacular.  He does a superior job discussing the … Continue reading

Posted in Books, Theology

The Truth About ‘Apologies’

Apologies without concrete real life authentic amends are a farce aimed to soothe a guilty conscience and not to set things right.

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Wisdom

No one who loves money can easily avoid sinning, whoever pursues profit will be corrupted by it. Gold has been the ruin of many; their coming destruction was self-evident, since it is a snare for those who sacrifice to it and stupid … Continue reading

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May 9, 2019

Mark that date in your calendar.  It’s the day the next Avengers movie comes out.

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Have Scholars Discovered a New Document among the Dead Sea Scrolls?

Previously unseen Dead Sea Scroll fragments, which had been stored in cigar boxes since archaeologists unearthed them in the 1950s, were identified and unveiled at an international conference on Tuesday in honor of the 70th anniversary of the scrolls’ discovery … Continue reading

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Signs of the Times

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