Daily Archives: 29 May 2018

Last Call

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Posted in Modern Culture

Jesse Duplantis and Satan Team Up

In a public appearance with the prosperity gospel televangelist Tuesday, Lucifer the Prince of Darkness committed to matching all donations dollar for dollar that disciples of Jesse Duplantis make for his new private luxury jet. “I hereby vow to double … Continue reading

Posted in Heresy and Heretics

Roseanne Has Always Been Abhorrent

So it’s no surprise that she showed it in her vile tweets. After Roseanne Barr posted a series of incendiary tweets, ABC canceled the reboot of her eponymous sitcom. “Roseanne’s Twitter statement is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values, … Continue reading

Posted in Modern Culture

Haifa Dead Sea Scrolls Fonts

This is right cool- For every reconstruction we produce, we create a computer font of the specific scroll in order to be as accurate as possible. Our fonts are free to download and on our website. Feel free to use … Continue reading

Posted in Modern Culture

Bono Is a ‘Convenience Store Christian’

As long as he can dash in and dash out whenever he wants, he’s cool with Christianity. In a heartfelt announcement Tuesday, U2 frontman Bono confirmed he would resume pretending to be a Christian after the official U2 account voiced … Continue reading

Posted in Modern Culture

Your Quarterly Reminder About the History of Palestine

Posted in Modern Culture

Immer diese Zwinglis!

Posted in Zwingli

The Latest from the Zurich Blog

Here’s an interesting essay: Die Reformierten sind stolz auf das „prophetische Wächteramt“. Sie verstehen sich als eine Kirche, die sich nicht in den Winkel frommer Innerlichkeit zurückzieht, sondern sich einmischt, politisch Stellung bezieht, sich auf die Seite der Schwachen und … Continue reading

Posted in Church and State, Church History, Zwingli

A New Project

The Theological University of Kampen and the European Melanchthon-Academy in Bretten introduced a new international research project in the framework of RefoRC: Reformation, Musical History and Theology. Read all the details here.

Posted in Church History