Daily Archives: 15 Jun 2019

Dilettantism

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Signs of the Times

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Rick Wiles: Lunatic

Right Wing Watch reports on the extreme rhetoric and activities of key right-wing figures and organizations by showing their views in their own words. In this clip, Rick Wiles warns that plant-based meat alternatives like the Impossible Burger are part … Continue reading

Posted in Pentebabbleism, Pentebabbleists

Sodom

God couldn’t find 10 righteous people in all of Sodom and Gomorrah. It’s doubtful he could find any at all in DC or Hollywood or Moscow either. Or Knoxville or Atlanta or Des Moines either for that matter. Or anywhere.

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New Project Announcement: Stamp Seals from the Southern Levant

Ido Koch announces the commencement of a new project: Stamp Seals from the Southern Levant: A Multi-faceted Prism for Studying Entangled Histories in an Interdisciplinary Perspective A SINERGIA research project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation [CRSIIS_La6426] The project … Continue reading

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Signs of the Times

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Trinity Sunday: The Mystery Only Heretics Try to Explain

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A Brief Geography Lesson

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A Word to those Seeking Political Power

As often as not imperial office and the exercise of its power become the excuse for pride. [ . . . ] Those however who strut on the stage of life because of imperial office [ . . . ] … Continue reading

Posted in Church and State, Modern Culture

We Will Not Bow Down Nor Worship You…

Calvin writes of Daniel 3- When men entice us to deny the true God we must close our ears, and refuse all deliberation; for we have already committed an atrocious insult against God, when we even question the propriety of … Continue reading

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‘My House Will Be Called a House of Prayer for All People’

“For Yahweh says this: To the eunuchs who observe my Sabbaths and choose to do my good pleasure and cling to my covenant, I shall give them in my house and within my walls a monument and a name better … Continue reading

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Isn’t This a Lovely Painting of Jerome?

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Zwingli’s Mentor- Thomas Wyttenbach

Wyttenbach was born at Biel, or Bienne, sixty miles west by south of Zurich, in 1472, and died there in 1526. In 1496 he was matriculated at Tuebingen, made M.A. there in 1500. In Basel he lectured from 1505 to … Continue reading

Posted in Church History, Zwingli

Rise Up, Bull in the Vineyard!

From our Saxon friends- 1520: On June 15, Leo X. issued the bull Exsurge Domine (“Arise O Lord”), which charged that 41 sentences in Luther’s various writings were “heretical, scandalous, offensive to pious ears,” though it did not specify which … Continue reading

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