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Daily Archives: May 2, 2018
Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
Robert Karl Gnuse, in The Elohist proposes the theory that the Pentateuch source E was composed at Bethel after the Assyrian conquest of the Northern Kingdom and was addressed to the exiles the Assyrians had removed…
The Apostle Paul’s Apocalyptic Vision of the World Constituted by the Living Christ: In Dialogue with Bonhoeffer — The Evangelical Calvinist
Pauline, and thus canonical apocalyptic theology fits where I am at to a T. Philip Ziegler continues to unpack for us what such theology looks like in its various iterations scattered throughout the theological past and present. Here he is … Continue reading
A. At the Missouri Synod Lutheran church, the pastor preached about John 15, in which Jesus compares himself to the vine and his disciples to the branches. V 16 states: “Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you, … Continue reading