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Seems more like wishful thinking than historical fact.
You must not muzzle an ox when it is treading out the corn; and again: The worker deserves his wages. — (1 Tim. 5:18)
If you need #Gillette to tell you to be a decent human being and treat others with respect and dignity, you aren’t going to do it anyway. You lack a moral center that no commercial can fill.
“When someone works, the wages for this are not considered as a favour but as due“. (Rom. 4:4)
Yahweh Sabaoth says this, “Think carefully about your behaviour. You have sown much and harvested little; you eat but never have enough, drink but never have your fill, put on clothes but feel no warmth. The wage-earner gets his wages only … Continue reading
The 1580 Zurich Bible, with illustrations by Hans Holbein, just for you.
Because “if we don’t do it now and quickly, the looters will beat us to it” is the basic argument of this report. Curious that such a sentiment should be expressed when Israel itself is happy enough to excavate in … Continue reading
Weather at home Weather at the Philadelphia transit point Weather in Zurich So it looks like weather won’t create any travel problems. Yay.
You must not exploit a poor and needy wage-earner, be he one of your brothers or a foreigner resident in your community. You must pay him his wages … otherwise he may appeal to Yahweh against you, and you would … Continue reading
This is the truth: the most pious monk is the worst scoundrel. — Martin Luther It’s true of the most pious facebook post-ers too.
Originally posted on Larry Hurtado's Blog:
One of the curious features of modern academia is how academic titles are used so differently in various countries. This isn’t really a posting on early Christianity, but I thought it might be…