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Daily Archives: September 7, 2018
Originally posted on moderntoraleadership:
by Rabbi Aryeh Klapper Teachers of Torah must continually choose between timeliness and timelessness. Both options are legitimate. When the political issues of the moment are genuinely important, Torah should have something to say about them…
Advice to Christian Apologists: Being Wise as Serpents and Innocent as Doves — Douglas Groothuis, Ph.D.
Jesus exhorted us to love God with all our minds (Matthew 22:37-39). Explaining, commending, and defending the Christian worldview is not limited to experts; it is the call of every Christian (1 Peter 3:15-16). Arguing that Christianity is objectively true, … Continue reading
Reading Acts Although purity can refer to ritual cleanliness, Jesus refers to a person who is actually pure in their inner being. The adjective pure (καθαρός) is the word used frequently in the Septuagint to translate “clean” in the Law. … Continue reading
Here is this week’s Current Events Write-Up. It is a little earlier this week than usual because I will not be able to write it on Friday evening this week. CounterPunch: “Revised NAFTA Shows Every Sign of Being Another Trump … Continue reading
Originally posted on 34justice:
Amazon’s CEO, Jeff Bezos may be the wealthiest person in the history of the world: as of September 6, his net worth is $168 billion. At the same time, his company’s employment practices are terrible. At…
Thinking of Creation in Elevated and Eschatological Terms with Irenaeus: And Allowing Such Terms to Bring Eternal Perspective to Temporal Realities
via Thinking of Creation in Elevated and Eschatological Terms with Irenaeus: And Allowing Such Terms to Bring Eternal Perspective to Temporal Realities