Daily Archives: 26 Nov 2018

My Current Mood Is…

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Still True

When Jesus had finished these parables he left the district; and, coming to his home town, he taught the people in their synagogue in such a way that they were astonished and said, ‘Where did the man get this wisdom and … Continue reading

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If There Were Any Doubt in Your Mind That ‘Evangelical’ No Longer Means Christian…

This will remove it: Were these people Christians, they would know this: Then he will say to those on his left hand, “Go away from me, with your curse upon you, to the eternal fire prepared for the devil and … Continue reading

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Papist Superstition…

That’s what Zwingli, Luther and Calvin, along with Oecolampadius and Melanchthon would call this:

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Tis the Season…

To celebrate Nicholas smacking Arius right in the face.  Amen.

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Coming Soon From TVZ: Ulrich Zwinglis Spiritualität- Ein Beispiel reformierter Frömmigkeit

Glory. Die reformierte Tradition ist spiritueller als ihr Ruf. Das zeigt sich auch im Blick auf den persönlichen Glauben und die Frömmigkeit Ulrich Zwinglis. Sein theologisches Denken und kirchliches Wirken, sein politisches Handeln und Selbstverständnis sind getragen von spiritueller Erfahrung … Continue reading

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It’s Out

So happy about this volume’s publication.

Posted in Biblical Studies Resources, Book of the Week, Books

Great News from the Institute for New Testament Textual Research

Many of our printed Bibles are now online! These include the Complutensian Polyglot, Erasmus, Bengel, Wettstein, Griesbach, Tregelles, Westcott and Hort, Nestle, and others! These are all FREE to download! You can check them all out here.  I’ve added a … Continue reading

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#ICYMI- Karl Barth Wasn’t Always A Very Careful Thinker

For instance, he completely missed the meaning of Melanchthon’s “hoc est Christum cognoscere beneficia eius cognoscere”. The only way Barth could assert what he asserted is if he wasn’t a clear thinker or understanding reader.  But Barth was not always … Continue reading

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Straight from the Nazi Playbook

Assemble a group of rabid, unthinking, blindly obedient followers Whip said followers into a frenzy in fear of ‘the other’ Erect a wall or walls to keep the ‘other’ separated from the ‘real citizens’ Desensitize the population to any abuse … Continue reading

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