Daily Archives: 23 Apr 2019

It’s Funny Because It’s True

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Just a Reminder

If you leave your ethics and morals aside when you enter the voting booth, the workplace, the home, the school, the mall, or wherever you go, you never had any ethics or morals to begin with.

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Thanks Be To God

For this good news about the little boy thrown from the third floor of the mall of American by Satan’s agent.

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SECSOR 2020 (SBL Southeast) Call For Papers

The 2020 annual meeting Call for Papers is available now. This promises to be one of SECSOR’s largest conferences ever. Please submit your proposal early. That seems very optimistic, but, OK.

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Signs of the Times

via FB

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Dogmatik

This book will be of interest to many: Dogmatics embodies the nature of Christian faith and reflects the truth content and meaning of the Christian understanding of God and world. Important issues in Christian dogmatics include: the clarity of the terminology … Continue reading

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Protestant Bible Scholarship: Antisemitism, Philosemitism, and Anti-Judaism

Protestant Bible Scholarship: Antisemitism, Philosemitism, and Anti-Judaism (26-27 May 2019, Oxford) This conference brings prominent biblical scholars and scholars of Judaism together for a conversation about the foundations of our fields. We want to generate a discussion of how a biased understanding of Judaism … Continue reading

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Specific Prayers are Better than General Prayers…

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A Prayer

Remind Thy little flock so weak, So lightly driven apart, Of Thy last prayer: That we may be One spirit and one heart. -Nikolaus von Zinzendorf

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A Bible Special I’d Watch that Wouldn’t Be Rubbish…

Would have the input of Israel Finkelstein, NP Lemche, Tom Thompson, Nicola Denzey Lewis, Mark Goodacre, Candida Moss, Chris Tilling, Eric Cline, Gareth Jones, and Deane Galbraith. That I’d watch. Make it happen, PBS.

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