Daily Archives: September 21, 2018

Thomas Torrance’s Warning Against the Existentialist Jesus of Rudolf Bultmann and David Congdon — The Evangelical Calvinist

Reblogging for future reference, not necessarily agreement: I’ve been referring quite frequently to Rudolf Bultmann lately because of David Congdon’s big book on Bultmann; which I’ve been reading. I’ve finished about two thirds of the book (500 pp.), and I … Continue reading

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Ten Books I Want to Read Before I Die

Originally posted on Bob on Books:
Some of my “Read Before I Die” Books I posted a question at my Bob on Books Facebook page yesterday asking people to name one book they would like to read before they die.…

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What’s Happening with Wages?

Originally posted on International Liberty:
Some economic statistics are very important in the world of politics. When President Obama’s so-called stimulus was in effect, critics (including me) kept pointing to higher-than-predicted unemployment rates. President Trump, meanwhile, mistakenly thinks America somehow…

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Anger and Murder – Matthew 5:21-26

Originally posted on Reading Acts:
Matthew 5:21–22 (ESV) “You have heard that it was said to those of old, ‘You shall not murder; and whoever murders will be liable to judgment.’ 22 But I say to you that everyone who…

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Book Write-Up: The Story of Christian Theology, by Roger E. Olson

Roger E. Olson.  The Story of Christian Theology: Twenty Centuries of Tradition and Reform.  IVP Academic, 1999.  See here to purchase the book. Roger E. Olson teaches theology at George W. Truett Theological Seminary, which is at Baylor University.  In … Continue reading

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Ask Bethany House: What’s Your Favorite Bethany House Book?

Originally posted on Bethany House Fiction:
I see you there, cunning reader who thought I’d completely ignore this question because I was afraid of showing favoritism. Or maybe you thought I’d be vague and say, “That’s like asking me to…

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