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Daily Archives: January 2, 2012
David Marshall: “The Teacher and the Tyrant”
In this post, I’ll blog about Chapter 3 of David Marshall’s True Son of Heaven: How Jesus Fulfills the Chinese Culture. This chapter is entitled “The Teacher and the Tyrant”. I have two items: 1. On page 28, Marshall states: … Continue reading
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Linville’s Carnival and Babinski on C.S. Lewis and Josh McDowell
Jim Linville’s Biblical Studies Carnival is now up! And, while I was looking at Dr. Jim’s site, I noticed that ex-fundementalist Edward Babinski is on his blogroll, and I decided to visit Babinski’s blog. Babinski has an excellent post contrasting … Continue reading
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What Costly Act?
I read a handful of daily devotionals, and, this year, one of them will be Oswald Chamber’s My Utmost for His Highest. I didn’t care much for what Chambers said yesterday, but maybe I’ll be able to eat the meat … Continue reading
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Sanders on Paul’s Stripes and Mission
I started Anti-Judaism in Early Christianity. I thought that E.P. Sanders’ essay, “Paul on the Law, His Opponents, and the Jewish People”, raised some interesting points. Here are two items: 1. In II Corinthians 11:24, Paul says that he received … Continue reading