Daily Archives: August 16, 2018

Book Review: Scot McKnight, Colossians (NICNT)

Originally posted on Reading Acts:
McKnight, Scot. Colossians. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2018. lx+442 pp.; Hb.; $55.00. Link to Eerdmans    McKnight begins this major commentary on Colossians with the observation that the letter is Paul’s “apostolic vision that sought…

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Not That Bad — Clarissa’s Blog

Check out the comments, too. A couple of years ago, over beers at a bar in Texas, my dad — a white construction worker from rural Kansas, described in my piece — shocked me by saying, “If you get past … Continue reading

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Can Bernie Sanders Make Socialism Great Again?

Originally posted on International Liberty:
When Crazy Bernie became a national political phenomenon back in 2015, I pointed out that the Vermont Senator isn’t actually a socialist. As I remarked in this brief interview with Melissa Francis, the technical definition…

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NATO Actions Contradict their Values — OffGuardian

Gabriella Lima NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg regularly confirms the alliance’s commitment to strive for peace, safety and stability in the Euro-Atlantic region, in accordance with the purposes and principles of the UN-Charter. “Our actions are aimed to defend individual … Continue reading

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Ask BHP: How do Authors Make Characters Unique?

Originally posted on Bethany House Fiction:
This month’s question from our Ask BHP mailbag has to do with the process of writing a book. A reader asks, “When authors are planning characters, how do they make sure that their leads…

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Thinking Salvation from the Primacy of Christ’s Humanity and TheAnthropology Rather than From Other Anthropotheological Avenues

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Some more thoughts on the argument from contingency

Originally posted on Philosophy of Religion blog:
This past Saturday, the Unbelievable? podcast hosted a debate between Cosmic Skeptic and Cameron Bertuzzi on the subject of the argument from contingency (for God’s existence) [1]. That got me to thinking about writing…

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