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Daily Archives: May 10, 2018
Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
In Numbers 16 and 17 we find the story of the rebellion of Korah. Actually, critics distinguish two stories that someone has spliced together. There is the rebellion of Korah against Moses and Aaron, which was…
Originally posted on Naturalis Historia:
Ostriches are curious creatures. They are very large birds that, although they have large wings, are incapable of flight. They make themselves at home in some of the most inhospitable places. They lay their eggs…
Originally posted on Bob on Books:
Neurotheology, Andrew Newberg. New York: Columbia University Press, 2018. Summary: A survey of the field of neurotheology, arguing for its viability as a field of inquiry, exploring the various research studies on religious and spiritual…
Originally posted on Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center:
National Secretary of Radio Lee Shultz (left), Colonel Harland Sanders, and Revivaltime host C.M. Ward (right) share a time of prayer. This Week in AG History — May 12, 1968 By Darrin J.…
Originally posted on The Jesus Memoirs:
Although Matthew does present Judas as remorseful for his actions in 27:3-4, Judas is pretty much unanimously condemned in the Gospel tradition (cf. Mark 14:21 and parallels) and even demonized (John 6:70; 13:27; Luke…