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Daily Archives: September 10, 2018
Originally posted on Brandon J. Adams:
My Bible this weekend has been opened to Psalms 127-132 page, and 131 caught my eye, standing out by being shorter than its surrounders: Lord, my heart is not proud; my eyes are not…
I just discovered that Michael Moore released a new movie. I can only hope somebody decides to run it in my area, although I’m not very hopeful. We only ever get stupid infantilizing cartoons and that sort of crap. The … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Biblical Review:
Part 2: When the Scripts are Enacted *This week, Mesopotamian Monday is divided into two parts. In order to fully understand Part 2, click here to first read Part 1. When scripts are embodied…
Semper Reformanda-Always Reforming Regulated by the Eschatological Life of God For Us In Jesus Christ — The Evangelical Calvinist
See, I don’t agree with much of David Congdon’s conclusions (as he has continued to develop personally-dogmatically), but I do agree with him on the Christian reality being an eschatological reality and what that ought to do to the theological … Continue reading