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Monthly Archives: August 2015
Reading Revelation with fresh eyes: why I’m excited about my latest book arrival
Originally posted on TheoThoughts:
I just received this commentary in the mail having ordered it about a week ago. I normally wouldn’t write a post about how excited I am about my latest book purchase. But this one is a…
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Book Write-Up: The Da Vinci Fraud, by Robert M. Price
Robert M. Price. The Da Vinci Fraud: Why the Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction. Amherst: Prometheus, 2005. See here to buy the book. In The Da Vinci Fraud, atheist biblical scholar Robert M. Price challenges the claims of Dan Brown’s … Continue reading
Posted in Bible, Religion Tagged Christ mythicism, Da Vinci Code, Da Vinci Fraud, Robert M. Price 1 Comment
Compassion As an Anecdote?
The man who gave the sermon this morning was talking about Mark 7:1-15. In that passage, Jesus was saying that “the things that come out are what defile” (NRSV). The preacher was interpreting this to mean that, when we act … Continue reading
Steve Hays Contra Hector Avalos: Were the Disciples Deadbeat Dads?
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Leaning Towards Darth Hillary?
I haven’t written a whole lot about the 2016 Presidential election. This is unlike me, since I wrote a lot about the 2008 and 2012 Presidential elections when they were going on. In this post, I would like to talk … Continue reading
Posted in Candidates, Current Events, Politics Tagged Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton 1 Comment
Originally posted on Aquinas, Etc.:
The parable of the ten virgins is difficult for me to understand–or, maybe, it is a hard passage of the Gospel. Contrary to what one might expect the five virgins who prepared by bringing extra…
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What Does the Church’s “Teaching Authority” Mean for Protestants?
Originally posted on Reformedish:
Protestants are popularly known as being skittish about talking about the Church’s “teaching authority.” Certainly Evangelicals are. There is a sense that acknowledging the Scriptures as the Word of God and affirming the doctrine of sola Scriptura–that…
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Peter and the Keys of the Kingdom
Originally posted on Wascana Fellowship:
Probably the most important issue that the writers of the books that eventually were collected into the New Testament had to face was the identity of Jesus. Matthew’s gospel describes how King Herod misidentifies him…
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Review: Buffalo for the Broken Heart
Originally posted on Bob on Books:
Buffalo for the Broken Heart, Dan O’Brien. New York, Random House, 2002. Summary: Part memoir, part nature-writing, this book describes the story of a cattle rancher who hits bottom, and makes the transition to…
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