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Monthly Archives: November 2013
On page 371 of President Nixon: Alone in the White House, Richard Reeves talks about President Richard Nixon’s belief that the U.S. Government under President John F. Kennedy was complicit in the overthrow of President Diem of South Vietnam, and … Continue reading
Psalm 136:10 states in the King James Version (which is in the public domain): “To him that smote Egypt in their firstborn: for his mercy endureth for ever…” Jimmy Swaggart tries to argue that God’s smiting of the Egyptian firstborn … Continue reading
Reading Acts Klink III, Edward W. and Darian R. Lockett. Understanding Biblical Theology. Grand Rapids, Mich. Zondervan, 2012. 193 pp. pb; $17.99. Link to Zondervan. Defining biblical theology has always been a difficult problem. First, everyone who works with the … Continue reading
On page 301 of President Nixon: Alone in the White House, Richard Reeves tells the following story: “On February 3, Nixon canceled an NSC meeting and called in Kissinger, Haldeman, Mitchell, and Connally. After more than an hour, the President … Continue reading
On page 456 of President Nixon: Alone in the White House, Richard Reeves talks about a night during President Richard Nixon’s trip to China when Nixon “could not get to sleep, he was too keyed up.” I’ve had that sort … Continue reading
On page 422 of President Nixon: Alone in the White House, Richard Reeves comments on Richard Nixon’s approach to criticism: “The President’s defensiveness was a personal thing, a measure of his extraordinary introversion. In fact, Richard Nixon was a man … Continue reading
Originally posted on Daniel B. Wallace:
The center of all theology, of the entirety of the Christian faith, is Christ himself. The Christ-event—in particular his death and resurrection—is the center of time: everything before it leads up to it; everything…
Originally posted on Jesus Without Baggage:
Last week was the 50th anniversary of CS Lewis’ death—November 22, 1963. I remember that day very well, but not because of Lewis; it was the day President Kennedy was shot. Though I was…
Stanley E. Porter and Beth Stovell, ed. Biblical Hermeneutics: Five Views. Downers Grove, Illinois: IVP Academic, 2012. I would like to thank Intervarsity Press for my review copy of this book. As the title indicates, this view contains five views … Continue reading