Daily Archives: October 7, 2013

Earliest Jesus-Devotion and Putative “Parallels”

Originally posted on Larry Hurtado's Blog:
Over the years I’ve been pleased to see that historical questions about the emergence and nature of “Jesus-devotion” have continued to be prominent in scholarly studies of Christian origins.  My own involvement began…

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The Arrogance of Power 3

For my blog post today about Anthony Summers’ The Arrogance of Power: The Secret World of Richard Nixon, I will use as my starting-point something that Summers says on page 3: “Some of the untruths Nixon told as president mattered … Continue reading

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Guide To The Economic Schools Of Thought

Originally posted on Whistling In The Wind:
Economics is not a homogenous or unified subject, rather there are a series of competing ideas over the key areas. These ideas can be roughly divided into several schools of thought and I’ll…

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It Just Fits Together So Well!

Originally posted on Finding Truth:
Not long ago, fellow blogger John Zande wrote an excellent post titled “Jesus Christ: Just Not Worth a Sheet of Paper.” It’s actually not as derogatory as the title suggests. Some apologists have suggested that…

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