After he tweeted this really despicable and racist piece of garbage-
Mr Paul blamed an unnamed ‘staffer’.
In the early 1930’s, Barth did virtually nothing for the Jews- and this even after some Jews called on him to act. He went so far to claim that he would lose his Professorship if he did do anything. Barth also put the Jews in a negative light on many occasions. … In National Socialist Germany, Barth argued that the ‘Jew question’ did not belong in the pulpit. (Peterson, op cit).
Even for his time, Barth was propagating disturbing racist ideas. He taught young people in his confirmation courses that people with African backgrounds, the “Neger” (‘niggers,’ ‘negroes’ or ‘blackamoors’), are ‘little intelligent’ and that they ‘live on a lower level’ and are even ‘inferior to the Europeans’. – Peterson (in the aforementioned tome).
One of the fine facts one learns from Peterson’s engaging work is that
… in 1935 Barth moved to Switzerland and became more critical of National Socialism. Before this, he was not publicly opposed to it. For over two years in National Socialist Germany, Barth never spoke out against it.
The volume is heavy laden with facts like that and the documentation to prove them.
In a major paradigm shift for New Testament scholarship, Bible researchers announced Tuesday that they’re now certain Jesus and His disciples “carefully vetted” all the children that came to Him for teaching and prayer.
The process included verification of the children’s identities and countries of origin, to ensure Jesus was only allowing “the cream of the crop” be blessed by His earthly work, according to newly published first-century documents. Children with suspect backgrounds or seedy hometowns were rejected off-hand, and only a few lucky candidates were admitted to see Him on any given day.
“While we previously thought Jesus let the children come to Him indiscriminately, it’s now apparent that there was actually a lengthy background check and security process before a select few kids were allowed to see the Lord,” said Dr. Darrell Powell, head of the New Testament department at America Bible Seminary. “Jesus and His disciples put security, safety, and comfort above the need to share the gospel with everyone God put them in contact with throughout His public ministry.”
“It was simply a common-sense policy,” he added.
Further research revealed that Jesus had a “no tolerance” policy for undocumented children who arrived to experience His ministry, and would separate them from their parents into detention centers for months at a time.
Yup- or as Mr Dean put it-
The Holy Spirit doesn’t take up residence in a person and not leave a mark or make a change from selfish to selfless. The very nature and work of the Spirit is transformation. Where there is no transformation, there is no Spirit of God.
Where there is selfishness, the Spirit is not present. Where the Spirit is present, there is only selflessness.
Deut 10:16 Circumcise, then, the foreskin of your heart, and do not be stubborn any longer. 17 For the Lord your God is God of gods and Lord of lords, the great God, mighty and awesome, who is not partial and takes no bribe, 18 who executes justice for the orphan and the widow, and who loves the strangers, providing them food and clothing. 19 You shall also love the stranger, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt.
The Center for Critical Research on Religion publishes the journal Critical Research on Religion and the book series “Studies in Critical Research on Religion.”
“If we consult the Holy Scriptures we can have no doubt that God promised his church here on earth a better state than this.” — Philip Jacob Spener
DQCAAS is extremely grateful to the late Prof. Philip R. Davies for generously making available to us his slide collection of Qumran. These slides were taken in 1970-71 when he was a doctoral student in Jerusalem, working on the Dead Sea Scrolls, and Travelling Scholar at the British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem (now the Kenyon Institute). These slides include a remarkable picture of Fr. Roland de Vaux explaining how the people of Qumran washed their laundry.
Philip Davies, Emeritus Professor at Sheffield University and Chair of the Palestine Exploration Fund, was one of our key supporters. He is a towering figure in the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and author of a book that engages with the archaeology of the site of Qumran and its environs: Qumran (Cities of the Biblical World; Guildford: Lutterworth Press/Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1982). He was co-founder and director of Sheffield Academic Press and founding editor of the Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, and Professor Emeritus of Sheffield University, were he worked since 1975.
Philip laid out the slides on the Palestine Exploration Fund lightbox on 13 September, 2017, as shown in this image taken by Sandra Jacobs, DQCAAS Network Facilitator and Researcher. At this time no one knew that his illness was so serious. Philip died on 31 May, 2018.
“Behold, the days are coming,” declares the Lord GOD, “when I will send a famine on the land— not a famine of bread, nor a thirst for water, but of hearing the words of the LORD. — Amos
Because this isn’t a real Church. This is a show. It isn’t about worship it’s about entertainment. It isn’t Christianity, it’s an infomercial for poor theology and worse ecclesiology.
The University has concluded its investigation and issued misconduct penalties under its Student General Misconduct Rule to a number of the students involved in the incident in which racist images were posted on social media from a student party in Wagga Wagga on 14 June.
The University has handed down penalties ranging from exclusion to suspension including a requirement to complete the University’s Indigenous Australian Cultures, Histories and Contemporary Realities subject as well as engage with Indigenous and Jewish communities.
These images resulted in global outrage and contact to the University from individuals around the globe. On a local level, it deeply offended our Indigenous and Jewish communities.
Individuals, community groups, fellow students and those involved will all have differing opinions on the penalties. As a University we will not tolerate or condone this behaviour, we will however work with students during their suspension to further educate them on the cultural impact of their actions.
All students involved in the incident have shown remorse for their actions and been offered ongoing counselling and support.
CSU has a strong stance against racism as outlined in our Anti-Racism Policy. I am satisfied that the outcomes of our investigation reflect this view.
Professor Andrew Vann
Charles Sturt University
The Grange Chancellery, Panorama Avenue
Bathurst NSW 2795
Tel: +61 2 6338 4209