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- Authorial Third Person Narration–in Thucydides, Josephus, Xenophon, and Caesar–Versus the Gospel of Matthew — Κέλσος
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Daily Archives: March 8, 2018
Academic Jobs in Biblical Studies
Originally posted on Larry Hurtado's Blog:
Those currently completing a PhD in Biblical Studies, and those contemplating doing so may want to look at the recent report on job-listings from the Society of Biblical Literature here. The SBL sponsors…
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Review: The Galileo Connection
Originally posted on Bob on Books:
The Galileo Connection, Charles E. Hummel. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 1986. Summary: A study of past and present “conflicts” between science and the Bible, that proposes that the reality of these conflicts were actually more…
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13 Ways to Live a Thoughtful Life for Christ and His Kingdom — Douglas Groothuis, Ph.D.
Reblogging for future reference: Spiritual formation, becoming more like Jesus Christ in thought and deed, requires a renewed mind (Romans 12:2) that avoids worldliness (1 John 2:15-17) and pursues godliness (Matthew 5:1-18; 6:33). Our sanctification through the Holy Spirit requires … Continue reading
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