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Originally posted on Bob on Books:
The God Who Makes Himself Known (New Studies in Biblical Theology), W. Ross Blackburn. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2012. Summary: A study of the theology of the book of Exodus contending that it reflects God’s missionary…
The majority of government expenditures in the United States go towards social insurance and means-tested transfers.* And the good news is, they work. According to recent report by Bruce D. Meyer and Derek Wu, Social Security cuts the poverty rate … Continue reading
In Can We Still Believe the Bible?, Craig Blomberg offers some observations on critiques of inerrancy and the idea that inerrancy “dies the death of a thousand qualifications” (pp. 126-130). He first employs Paul Feinberg’s definition: “Inerrancy means that when … Continue reading
Karlo V. Bordjadze. Darkness Visible: A Study of Isaiah 14:3-23 as Christian Scripture. Eugene: Pickwick, 2017. See here to purchase the book. Karlo V. Bordjadze has a Ph.D. in Hebrew Bible from Durham University and teaches at Ashland Theological Seminary. … Continue reading