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Daily Archives: November 14, 2015
Was Jack Kemp More Courageous Than Ronald Reagan in Mississippi?
I was reading Russell Moore’s “What I’m Reading” this morning. One of the books that Moore listed was Jack Kemp: The Bleeding Heart Conservative Who Changed America, which was written by Morton Kondracke and Fred Barnes (the Beltway Boys). Jack … Continue reading
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Jesus and the Coherence of Scripture
Originally posted on Reformedish:
Having gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us use them: if prophecy, in proportion to our faith (Romans 12:6) Historically, the Church has taken this verse as an exegetical basis for…
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Pseudepigrapha Saturday: The Sibylline Oracles
Originally posted on The Biblical Review:
Introduction to the Text: The Sibylline Oracles are a series of prophetic texts akin to those found in Roman and Grecian literature. Non-biblical literature Sibylline oracles were prophetic texts by a female prophetess that…
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