Daily Archives: 27 Jun 2018

God Sends You To People Who Will Never Listen to What You Say

“Son of man, go to the house of Israel and speak with My words to them. “For you are not being sent to a people of unintelligible speech or difficult language, but to the house of Israel, nor to many peoples of … Continue reading

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And Christians in America Are Guilty of All Seven

Gandhi’s list of Seven Social Sins: Wealth without work Pleasure without conscience Knowledge without character Commerce without morality Science without humanity Religion without sacrifice Politics without principle Published, Oct 22nd 1925

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Truth: How God’s People Treat the Poor, and Fight For them To The Death

My child, don’t prevent the poor from making a living, or keep them waiting in their need. 2 Never give a hungry person any cause for resentment or anger. 3 Don’t add to the troubles of someone who is already … Continue reading

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Sidnie White Crawford’s ‘Visit to the Museum of the Bible’

Sidnie visited the MOTB a few days back and she kindly writes the following post for us to enjoy.  Thanks, Sidnie!   Visit to the Museum of the Bible Sidnie White Crawford On Saturday, June 16, while on vacation in … Continue reading

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Oxford Celebrates John Barton’s 70th Birthday

I wish I had been there.  John is a superstar.  He has published really genius stuff and he is a masterful editor.  His editorial crowning achievement is, in my mind, the three volume collection of James Barr’s writings, titled Bible and … Continue reading

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They Should Be Good

The games today. Germany will win, and the Swiss will win. Sweden may.

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Sarah Goes to Lunch

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#ICYMI – A Very Nice Review of Our “History, Politics and the Bible from the Iron Age to the Media Age”

Has appeared in JSOT. These essays create a broad and challenging volume and, in their questioning of paradigms and the diversity of their approaches, they create a fitting tribute to Keith W. Whitelam. Yes, yes they do.  😉  Get yourself … Continue reading

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