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Daily Archives: July 29, 2018
Originally posted on The Jesus Memoirs:
We concluded the posts this month with a look at a few “apocryphal” Gospels. The word connotes writings that are “secret” or “hidden”, but there is no reason why these texts should be hidden…
The Scripture Principle: The Word’s Reality and its Generation of Passion — The Evangelical Calvinist
Karl Barth was a theologian who understood the most important thing about theology; he understood that if the theologian is going to speak about God, that he or she will only be able to do that after God has spoken … Continue reading