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Daily Archives: September 5, 2018
Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
Dale Allison has a chapter of Night Comes that struggles with the doctrine of the resurrection of the body. He spends much space on the idea often expressed in historical theology that some material from my present…
Personalizing the Creation Rather than the Personalizing Creator: The Convergence of Greek Metaphysics and Modern Physics in Idolatrous Union
via Personalizing the Creation Rather than the Personalizing Creator: The Convergence of Greek Metaphysics and Modern Physics in Idolatrous Union
via Fallen Angels
Some Thoughts on the Bible and Knowledge of God: Prompted By an OnScript Podcast with The Bible Project Founders
Reblogging for future reference: via Some Thoughts on the Bible and Knowledge of God: Prompted By an OnScript Podcast with The Bible Project Founders
Originally posted on Enough Light:
Sunday I preached at 2 churches on 1 Corinthians 13, and the sermon was entitled “Off the Pedestal.” In this photo you see me at the pulpit and I brought a pedestal and artistic vase…