Daily Archives: July 31, 2018

View From the Bunker Podcast: Revolt of the Jews and the End Times. It’s Not What You Think — Godawa

Reblogging for future reference.  I have not listened to it yet. I was on View from the Bunker with Derek Gilbert to talk about my new book Resistant: Revolt of the Jews and the Book of Revelation. Derek and I … Continue reading

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A Very Challenging Task: Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus

Originally posted on THINKAPOLOGETICS.COM:
Introduction Out of all the people I have encountered over the years, I find Jewish people to probably be the most difficult to reach for the Messiah. We seem to be living in a day…

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Leuchter-chieftains and El worship — theoutwardquest

I decided to come back to something in Mark Leuchter’s approach to Israelite history that has become more important the further I get into The Levites and the Boundaries of Israelite Identity. The important idea is that before the monarchy … Continue reading

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The Christian Persecution Complex in America: It’s A Thing.

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Virtue Signaling and Job Wars

Originally posted on Clarissa's Blog:
After a colleague posted the article on trigger warnings I linked earlier on academic discussion boards, it took under 3 hours for other colleagues to start screaming like banshees that he’s “belittling sufferers” and…

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Triablogue: Thugs and She-Bears

Triablogue: Thugs and She-Bears

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Jewish Professor Speaks About the Incarnation of Jesus: Is it Really a Non- Jewish concept?

Originally posted on THINKAPOLOGETICS.COM:
Anyone that has ever talked to Jewish people about the deity of Messiah will come across the challenge that Jews for Judaism says here:  The Jew equates worship of Jesus with idolatry. A Jew sees …

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Beauty as evidence for and against God’s existence

Originally posted on Philosophy of Religion blog:
Over the past couple of centuries, there has been a lot of skepticism with regards to the concept of ‘objective’ beauty. I must admit that I myself am skeptical that there is (or…

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The Instrumentality of Holy Scripture for Hugh Binning: The Intersection of Ink and Paper/Flesh and Blood — The Evangelical Calvinist

Hugh Binning (1627–1653) a Scottish theologian who died at the tender age of 26 produced such an output of theological work you’d think he’d lived well into his senior years. I am currently (and slowly) reading through his Works (which … Continue reading

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Review: The Heritage

Originally posted on Bob on Books:
The Heritage: Black Athletes, A Divided America, and the Politics of Patriotism, Howard Bryant. Boston: Beacon Press, 2018. Summary: An account of black athletes in professional sports, from the path-breakers whose very presence was political,…

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