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Daily Archives: November 8, 2015
Good study on reconciliation, and how that concept in Christianity may have contrasted with Greek religion. Reading Acts Colossians 1:22 begins with “but now” (νυνὶ δὲ). These are two very important words in the Greek, indicating an important contrast. The contrast … Continue reading
Robert Reich, a progressive who served in Bill Clinton’s cabinet, went on a tour of the red states. Here is what he found: “But something odd happened. It turned out that many of the conservative Republicans and Tea Partiers I … Continue reading
At church this morning, the pastor preached about Luke 14:1-14, in which Jesus eats a Sabbath meal with the Pharisees. The pastor referred to previous meals that Jesus ate with the Pharisees in the Gospel of Luke, and these did … Continue reading
Originally posted on Judy's research blog:
The latest (ie September 2015) edition of Early Christianity looks at on Jesus and Memory: The Memory Approach in Current Jesus Research. My thanks to Chris Keith for pointing it out on the…