Daily Archives: 9 May 2018

Call For Papers: A Barthian Get Together in Emden

The organizers of the Fourth International Karl Barth Symposium invite proposals for presentations. The symposium will take place at the Johannes a Lasco Library in Emden from May 9th to 12th, 2019. The theme of the conference is: God Shattered– … Continue reading

Posted in Conferences

Only A Person With Zero Understanding of Theology Thinks Automated Prayer Should be a Thing

Zero understanding of theology.

Posted in pseudo-christianity, pseudo-theology

I’m With Granny- Spare the Slipper, Spoil the Child

A 95-year-old Florida woman landed in jail after calling police for help during an argument with her defiant granddaughter. Daytona Beach Police Chief Craig Capri tells the Daytona Beach News-Journal that Hattie Reynolds probably wasn’t a threat, but her admission … Continue reading

Posted in Modern Culture

The Search For Authentic ‘Seekers’ is a Bust

After a massive, multi-million-dollar marketing campaign and far-reaching internet advertisement initiative, local seeker-sensitive church Widegate Community Church proudly announced it had successfully attracted every genuine seeker of God in the whole world to its Sunday service, bringing the attendance total … Continue reading

Posted in Modern Culture

A Reminder of the Fate of the Immigrant Despising ‘Christians’

“Then He will also say to those on the left hand,`Depart from Me, you cursed, into the everlasting fire prepared for the devil and his angels: `for I was hungry and you gave Me no food; I was thirsty and … Continue reading

Posted in Bible

Quote of the Day

“[Influential persons] will soon fall out with you, if you don’t keep touch with them, in all their designs; and when you cease to be their tool, they will most forgetfully and ungratefully abandon you.” – Cotton Mather

Posted in Modern Culture

The Biggest Need in Today’s World is…

That EVERYONE who thinks they know what the Church is, should be, or how it should do its task should, must, needs to, should be required to read Emil Brunner’s ‘The Misunderstanding of the Church‘. From now on, whenever some … Continue reading

Posted in Books

Texting With Hieroglyphs

This will be fun! Collaborations among Egyptologists and digital linguistics promise global visualizations of what was written on inscriptions, papyri, wall paintings, and other sources of Hieroglyphs. It may also allow for more popular knowledge of Egyptian Hieroglyphs and encourage … Continue reading

Posted in Modern Culture

Pentebabbleists are Nuts

Here’s the latest proof.

Posted in Modern Culture