Daily Archives: 6 Jun 2019

There’s Still time to Follow Christophe at the Geneva Barth Conference

Follow him here.  Christophe is the best historian of Barth and the Dialectical theologians presently working.  You should follow him even if Barth doesn’t fit into your teacup.

Posted in Modern Culture


I know about your behaviour: how you are reputed to be alive and yet are dead. Wake up; put some resolve into what little vigour you have left: it is dying fast. So far I have failed to notice anything in … Continue reading

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Posted in Modern Culture

James Crossley’s Lecture on the Bible and the Peasants’ Revolt is Available Online

The podcast of the Ed Conrad Memorial Lecture on the Bible in the Peasants’ Revolt and its reception in English politics by CSSSB’s James Crossley is now available.  Here. The 2019 Ed Conrad Memorial Lecture was held on Wednesday 29 … Continue reading

Posted in Conferences

Reminder: Tenth Annual RefoRC Conference on Early Modern Christianity

May 27-29, 2020, the Tenth Annual RefoRC Conference on Early Modern Christianity will take place in Aarhus, hosted by the University of Aarhus. Introduction — The European reformations meant major changes in theology, religion, and everyday life. Some changes were … Continue reading

Posted in Church History, Conferences, Refo500

If They Won’t Take the Cure, They Don’t Need a Physician

God takes not pleasure in the death of sinners, but rather that they return and live. But men take such pleasure in sin that they will die before they will return. The Lord Jesus was content to be their physician, … Continue reading

Posted in Theology

#ICYMI- The Bee Stings The SBC’s Adoration of the Amendment

The Second Amendment, that is. After a long, drawn-out internal battle, the Southern Baptist Convention narrowly voted to affirm the inerrancy of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution at a special meeting called to settle the matter once … Continue reading

Posted in Modern Culture


Posted in Modern Culture

Fun Facts From Church History: The Caroli Affair

At the conclusion of the whole sordid affair (about which you can read in Schaff’s history), Caroli was deprived of his functions by the synod. The great council of Berne confirmed this sentence; pronounced Farel, Calvin, and Viret innocent of … Continue reading

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