Daily Archives: October 1, 2018

Septuagint Scholar Interview: John A. L. Lee

Originally posted on Septuaginta &c.:
Today I have the distinct pleasure of presenting my interview with Dr. John A. L. Lee, who is honorary Senior Research Fellow in the Ancient History Department at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. You will…

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Interior Peace

Reblogging for future reference: via Interior Peace

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September 2018 Biblical Studies Carnival

September 2018 Biblical Studies Carnival

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Domestic Violence, Refugees, and the Imago Dei in John Calvin’s Pastoral Theology

Originally posted on CWoznicki Think Out Loud:
How did John Calvin deal with a massive influx of refugees and cases of domestic violence and maintain pastoral faithfulness? Jesse Gentile and I explore these questions in a new essay titled, “Refocusing…

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Mesopotamian Monday: Counsels of a Pessimist, Death, and Immortality

Originally posted on The Biblical Review:
Life and death was, is, and will always be a reality for humanity. Throughout time and space, different cultures and individuals have dealt with it in different ways. In the book of Ecclesiastes in…

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Allison-God over wishful thinking

Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
I have read Dale Allison’s Night Comes: Death, Imagination, and the Last Things. There are three aspects of his book that he mentions right at the end. The first is historical. At various places he has…

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Church Write-Up: Youth Day, God’s Love and Changelessness, Nehemiah’s Challenges

Here is this week’s Church Write-Up about last Sunday’s services. A.  The LCMS service was led by the Youth Pastor and the kids.  They talked about their trip to Texas to help victims of a hurricane.  While there, they made … Continue reading

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An Utterly Simple State of Affairs

Originally posted on Eclectic Orthodoxy:
If God is the Absolute who stops all the bucks, the answer to our most profound existential and metaphysical questions, then he must be characterized by an absence of parts and potency; otherwise, classical theists…

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