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- Matthew 4:18-22: Why Did They Follow Him?
- More on Christ in the Rig Veda (With a Question Mark)
- The Seating Arrangement at the Last Supper
- Piety: Ziba, David, and Mephibosheth
- Book Write-Up: James the Just
- About Me
- "Of Booker T. Washington and Others"
- "Of the Faith of the Fathers"
- Was Jonah Dead? Was Jesus Taking Away Dionysus' Glory?
- Rereading Sinai and Zion
- Forgiven Yet Not Regenerated?
- Scattered Ramblings on an Atheist Podcast and Believing in God
- Book Write-Up: Religion of the Romans
- Movie Write-Up: Grace Unplugged
- Book Review: The Christian Doctrine of Apokatastasis
- Book Write-Up: The Foundation of Communion with God
- Book Write-Up: Look and Live, by Matt Papa
- Love Sermons—-I Should Expect Them!
- On the Shoulders of Giants: Rediscovering the lost defenses of Christianity
- II Chronicles 4
Daily Archives: September 11, 2009
As far as current reflections are concerned, I watched Michael Moore’s Sicko about a month ago, and a big part of the movie is when Michael Moore takes 9/11 rescue workers to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The rescue workers were unable … Continue reading
N.R.M De Lange, Origen and the Jews: Studies in Jewish-Christian Relations in Third-Century Palestine (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1976) 170. E.g. Mekilta on Exodus xv.1 (Lauterbach ii.20): ‘and so you find that God will not eventually punish the kingdoms until … Continue reading
Frank Schaeffer, Crazy for God (Cambridge: Carroll and Graf, 2007) 136-137. After talking a little about his dad’s depression, Frank offers the following insights: Suffering from bouts of depression, I have come to understand that the choice is to carry … Continue reading
N.R.M De Lange, Origen and the Jews: Studies in Jewish-Christian Relations in Third-Century Palestine (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1976) 93. In my post, Origen, the Sabbath, and the Literal Sense, I quoted De Lange’s discussion of an Old Testament command … Continue reading
For my paper on I Kings 8:1-30’s use of II Samuel 7, as well as the Deuteronomic emendations of both passages, I’ll need to define relevant parts of the Deuteronomist’s agenda using the Book of Deuteronomy. I’ll also have to … Continue reading