Daily Archives: 5 Jun 2018

Christendom, Christianity, and Evangelicals

Christendom is the Church married to the state- a godless abomination invented by the damnable heretic Constantine. Christianity, on the other hand, is the Church, the body of Christ, the crucified and resurrected Son of God. And Evangelicals today are … Continue reading

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Fox News Slams Jesus for Never Standing For the National Anthem

Shocking really!!! In a broadcast Monday evening, several Fox News commentators slammed Jesus Christ for never once having stood for the United States’ national anthem, whether before a sports game or otherwise. Fox News researchers couldn’t find a shred of … Continue reading

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Scripture: An Observation

When dissected into verses, Scripture disintegrates and crumbles into meaninglessness.

Posted in Bible

Sprüche (Proverbia) 1-15

Bernd U. Schipper reads the book of Proverbs within the context of ancient Near Eastern wisdom literature and at the same time as an integral part of the Old Testament. As a work of literature from the Second Temple period, … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Book Review, Books

Silence is Sin

‘To the one who knows to do right, and who does not do it: to him, it is sin!’ –  St. James

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A Reasonable Argument Against Baptism By Immersion…

If you live in Africa, and you go to a body of water frequented by crocodiles, you should definitely avoid full immersion as the mode of baptism.  Indeed, you should receive a special dispensation to be sprinkled or drizzled from … Continue reading

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Remembering Philip Davies

I don’t recall when Philip and I first met, but it must have been in the early 90’s when Tom Thompson and Niels Peter Lemche along with Philip and Keith Whitelam were busily developing the new historical methodology known as … Continue reading

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Meet the Faculty: Professor Gareth Jones

Originally posted on HKSKH Ming Hua Theological College eNews:
Ming Hua Principal Professor Gareth Jones explains why theology is so important to him. Professor Gareth Jones, Principal of HKSKH Ming Hua Theological College, has a sense of urgency when it…

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Karl Barth’s ‘Römerbrief’ after 100 Years:  Conference Call for Papers

All the details are here.  With thanks to Christophe Chalamet for sharing.

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Just Call Me Dylan…

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