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- The Seating Arrangement at the Last Supper
- Matthew 4:18-22: Why Did They Follow Him?
- Genesis 4:13: Did Cain Repent?
- Is Dale Carnegie Biblical?; Compromise for God; Pagan Roots; Callimachus; Priests and Allegory; Israelite Welfare System; Lois Wilson
- "Of Booker T. Washington and Others"
- President Nixon's Psychiatric Profile 1
- Boswell and His Critics
- Starting a New Bible Study: When God's People Pray
- Ambrose's Nixon: Ruin and Recovery 20
- John of Gischala vs. Josephus, and the Book of Revelation
- Appropriate things
- 14 Ways To Handle A Christian Introvert
- How Do I Accept Myself As An Introvert?
- Eyes Wide Open: Thinking about Worldview in Movies, Part 2
- Repentance, Forgiveness, and the State Clemency Board
- Book Write-Up: Maimonides, by Joel Kraemer
- Did the Three Stooges Write the Story of Jairus’ Daughter?
- The Theory of Everything: God in Mystery
- The Affordable Care Act: Did the Author Goof?
- Barr-the image of God
Daily Archives: September 4, 2009
Johannes Quasten, Patrology, vol. I: The Beginnings of Patristic Literature, from the Apostle’s Creed to Irenaeus (Westminster: Christian Classics, 1983) 191. Quasten discusses Quadratus, the oldest apologist for Christianity, whom Eusebius (third-fourth centuries C.E.) discusses in his Ecclesiastical History. Eusebius … Continue reading
In my post, I Kings 8’s Allusion to II Samuel 7, I mentioned I Kings 8:16’s allusion to II Samuel 7:8: II Samuel 7:8: Now therefore thus you shall say to my servant David: Thus says the LORD of hosts: … Continue reading
On and off over the next several days, I’ll be blogging about my favorite passages in Frank Schaeffer’s Crazy for God: How I Grew Up as One of the Elect, Helped Found the Religious Right, and Lived to Take All … Continue reading
In II Samuel 7:12 states: “When your days are fulfilled and you lie down with your ancestors, I will raise up your offspring after you, who shall come forth from your body, and I will establish his kingdom” (NRSV). According … Continue reading
Johannes Quasten, Patrology, vol. I: The Beginnings of Patristic Literature, from the Apostle’s Creed to Irenaeus (Westminster: Christian Classics, 1983) 119. [The Protoevangelium of James,] most probably, was a product of the middle of the second century, and certainly was … Continue reading