Monthly Archives: September 2018

Book Review: Hitler And The Vatican

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
Hitler And The Vatican:  Inside The Secret Archives That Reveal The New Story Of The Nazis And The Church, by Peter Godman When I was growing up as a kid, the dominant view of…

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A New Eve

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Why is Contemporary Conservative Lutheranism So Confused About God’s Law? — theology like a child

+++ I attempt to give an answer to that question in my new paper, Paradise Regained: Placing Nicholas Hopman’s Lex Aeterna Back into Luther’s Frame, published in Concordia Theological Seminary’s (in Ft. Wayne, Indiana) Concordia Theological Quarterly. The paper is … Continue reading

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Today’s Reading from the Ancient World

Originally posted on Εις Δοξαν:
It’s been a long time since I did one of these and wanted to share a reading that I happened upon while reading something else. It comes from Diodoros Siculus, who was a Greek historian from Sicily (ca.…

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Book Write-Up: Mein Kampf, by Adolf Hitler

I finished Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf.  I cannot say that I understood all of it, but here are some items, based on my impressions of what he was saying.  The wikipedia page about the book may offer more clarity, but … Continue reading

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Suicide and Martyrdom

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Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall, Which State Has the Best Tax System of All?

Originally posted on International Liberty:
Yesterday, I wrote about the newest edition of Economic Freedom of the World, which is my favorite annual publication. Not far behind is the Tax Foundation’s State Business Tax Climate Index, which is sort of…

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Danger Signals: How to Tell if a Revival Movement is in Decline

Originally posted on Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center:
This Week in AG History —September 29, 1957 By Darrin J. Rodgers Originally published on AG News, 27 September 2018 “Has the 20th century Pentecostal revival reached the zenith of its spirituality and…

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Daylight Savings Messed Up My Unbelief Clock

Originally posted on Brandon J. Adams:
With daylight savings coming up on us again in a few weeks, I thought I’d update this story from last spring. This weekend, I served as a counselor at a youth retreat, out of…

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The Testimony

Originally posted on Clarissa's Blog:
She answered clinically with a description of how memories of traumatic events form in the brain: “Just basic memory functions and also just the level of norepinephrine and the epinephrine in the brain that…

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