Daily Archives: August 25, 2018

Pride Among Us

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Interview: Tracy M. Lemos — Women Biblical Scholars

T. M. Lemos is Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible at Huron University College and a member of the graduate school faculty at the University of Western Ontario. She earned her BA from Brown University in Judaic Studies and her PhD … Continue reading

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Do Humans Have Freewill?: What it Means to Be Free in Christ the King’s Economy Before God

via Do Humans Have Freewill?: What it Means to Be Free in Christ the King’s Economy Before God

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Reprints of Important Studies on Early Christology

Originally posted on Larry Hurtado's Blog:
I’m one of the editors of a series published by Baylor University Press:  Library of Early Christology.  The series largely consists of reprints of important publications of the distant or recent past.  See…

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“He wills that the bonds of love, like the tendrils of a vine, should attach us to our neighbors and make us rest on them”

Originally posted on Eclectic Orthodoxy:
You need only to look at the vine to be reminded of your own nature, that is, if you observe it intelligently. No doubt you remember the image used by the Lord in which he says…

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A Victory over Opioids

Originally posted on Clarissa's Blog:
A gushy article in my favorite newspaper announces the good news: there are states, the truly progressive ones, that are solving the opioid crisis! The more conservative, i.e. evil, states should learn how it’s…

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Current Events Write-Up: 8/25/2018

Time for this week’s Current Events Write-Up. Townhall: “Murder by Government in Burma is the Definition of Genocide,” by Kerri Toloczo Toloczo criticizes the Obama Administration for doing nothing about this and expresses hope that President Trump will do something.  … Continue reading

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