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Daily Archives: December 30, 2011
N.T. Wright on the Virgin Birth
Claude Mariottini on his blog has a link to an article by N.T. Wright on the virgin birth of Jesus. Wright’s article is entitled Suspending Scepticism: History and the Virgin Birth. In my post here, I’ll interact with a few … Continue reading
Image, Soul, and Body
I finished Christianity in Jewish Terms, and I have three items: 1. Tikva Frymer-Kensky has an interesting essay on “Religious Anthropology in Judaism and Christianity”, which concerns human beings being made in God’s image. Frymer-Kensky argues that the rabbis thought … Continue reading