Daily Archives: January 15, 2016

Week 1 of My Church’s Life Group: I Will

I went to my church’s Life Group yesterday.  I probably will not blog on days that I attend my church’s Life Group.  I didn’t blog yesterday!  And I enjoyed the break from blogging. The meeting actually went by pretty quickly, … Continue reading

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A Social Experiment: To Know We’re Not Alone.

Originally posted on J.S. Park: Hospital Chaplain, Skeptical Christian:
Photo by Evelin Herbstreit I’ve recently been asking questions on social media to know we are not alone. So far, I’ve received over four-hundred responses from Facebook and Tumblr, privately…

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How Criticism Gives Me Courage

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On the Passing of Alan Rickman and the Adaptation of Books to Film

Originally posted on Letters from the Edge of Elfland:
David Russell Mosley ? Epiphanytide 14 January 2016 The Edge of Elfland Hudson, New Hampshire Dear Friends and Family, As many of you have already heard or read, Alan Rickman, an…

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Pure Forms, the Giant Jesus, and Chris Keith on Social Memory

Originally posted on Remnant of Giants:
Harry Anderson, “Prince of Peace” In the 1980s-1990s, Dominic Crossan, Helmut Koester, and Arthur Dewey argued that a version of the Gospel of Peter predates Mark, Matthew, Luke, and John. They also argued that…

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Early Christianity: A “Bookish” Religion

Originally posted on Larry Hurtado's Blog:
I’ve been asked to give main points from my Peter Craigie Memorial Lecture given earlier this week in the University of Calgary.  My lecture gives the gist of one of the chapters in…

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