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Monthly Archives: June 2016
Is God right just because God knows more than we do? That question entered my mind years ago when I was reading the Book of Job in the Bible. And it entered my mind recently when I was going through … Continue reading
Originally posted on Words on the Word:
? …the Brill Septuagint Commentary Series is nearing availability on Logos Bible Software. Here is how Brill describes its series: This multi-volume series fills a significant gap in biblical studies by providing a literary commentary on…
A couple of comments about Christology stood out to me recently. This post is not entirely about the debate in the theology-blogosphere about whether God the Son is eternally subordinate to God the Father, in a functional sense. But it … Continue reading
Originally posted on A Bagful of insights:
Debates around the Trinity can be bruising – if esoteric – affairs. I had reason to enter into one last year, when I surveyed the views of two great Christian thinkers, Origen and…
A few weeks ago, I watched the 1955 movie, A Man Called Peter, which was about Peter Marshall, a preacher and Senate chaplain. I did not know much about Peter Marshall himself, but I enjoyed his wife Catherine’s book, Christy, … Continue reading
Roger E. Olson. The Mosaic of Christian Belief: Twenty Centuries of Unity and Diversity. Second Edition. Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2016. See here to buy the book. Roger Olson teaches theology at George W. Truett Theological Seminary, which is at … Continue reading
Originally posted on Harnessing Chaos:
1. Farage and co are nasty bastards who should never be trusted and could lead to somewhere dark 2. The EU treatment of Greece was a disgrace and something similar could happen again 3. Neoliberalism…
This post will be about two services from last Sunday: one at a Presbyterian church, and one at a Catholic church. At the Presbyterian church, the pastor artfully tied together three biblical texts. The first text was I Kings 19, … Continue reading