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Daily Archives: 2 Sep 2019
Yes, a scholar. If your pastor isn’t, get out. Read the whole. Horror.
Those stories aren’t real! (I say that because you apparently don’t know it). #Sad #Ignorant #Nashville
‘… Any truly serious study of antiquity requires analyzing documents in their original languages.‘ – Eckhard Schnabel Amen. If you’re serious about the Bible, you analyze its documents in their original languages. Period. Full stop. Anything less is not serious … Continue reading
That, according to the publisher, is when WP Stephens’ ‘The Theology of Heinrich Bullinger’ will be published. It’s at the printer’s now.
Originally posted on The Lying Pen of Scribes:
By Ludvik A. Kjeldsberg and Årstein Justnes [First published: 2 Sep 2019] [N]ever have I imagined that an item of my collection would be published on the front page of the New…
Mohr sent review copies of these two volumes a while back. Veröffentlicht auf Englisch: Vol 1- Diese wichtige Sammlung von Aufsätzen von James A. Sanders enthält seine bedeutsamsten Arbeiten zum Text und Kanon der hebräischen Bibel, zusammen mit bahnbrechenden Studien … Continue reading
This is the most horrifying twitter account of them all. The clips are of people who repulse me for a lot of reasons. But I can’t look away. @FakeSermon – follow them.
A “minor conflict” between the wives of a pastor and youth pastor at a West Virginia church resulted in gunfire, leading to the arrest of the pastor’s wife for wanton endangerment. According to The Register Herald, the pastor’s wife, Melinda Frye … Continue reading
As we learn, for instance, in the way he reformed the Mass- In his treatise on “The Canon of the Mass,”—dated IV. Cal. Septemb. (i. e., September 2) 1523—the canon is that part of the mass liturgy in which the … Continue reading
James Walter Douglas was born in Virginia in November 1797. After completing his primary education Douglass moved to the village of Christiana, Delaware, after obtaining a position as a trainee clerk. The teenaged Douglass also became a pious member of … Continue reading
Our Saxon friends write Did you know … that Luther did not make a single Gulden off of his Bible translation? Martin Luther’s translation of the New Testament first appeared at the autumn edition of the Leipzig Autumn Fair in … Continue reading