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Daily Archives: March 23, 2018
Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
We have previously discussed the enmity between Jews and Christians in the period of early Christianity and how that related to ideas about the Sabbath in the Didache , and some readers may remember…
Originally posted on Reading Acts:
The implied opponents in 2 Peter denied the return of Jesus (1:16, 2:1-3, 14, 18). There are several reasons for this, but primarily it was because the first generation of believers were old or dead.…
In case you missed this announcement, the journal Novum Testamentum is placing select articles for free online to celebrate the publication of the 60th volume. Check it out here. via Free Articles from Novum Testamentum — The Jesus Memoirs
At the Missouri Synod Lutheran church’s Lenten service this week, the pastor opened by mentioning that time is relative. 2002 seems like a long time ago, but, for him, it could have been last week. In 2002, Rick Warren’s bestselling … Continue reading