Daily Archives: October 13, 2018

A Faithful Servant of God

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Keynesian Monetary Policy: A Recipe for False Booms and Real Busts

Originally posted on International Liberty:
I periodically explain that you generally don’t get a recession by hiking taxes, adding red tape, or increasing the burden of government spending. Those policies are misguided, to be sure, but they mostly erode the…

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Hating Your Enemies? – Matthew 5:43-48 — Reading Acts

The Law touches on every area of life. There are civic rules as well as commands governing worship and sacrifice, The Law included moral and ethical commands to guide the people as with economics, immigration, social and personal relationships. By … Continue reading

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Communion of the saints — Triablogue

i) Is there any empirical evidence for life after death? Much has been written about near-death experiences. By comparison, postmortem apparitions are neglected in contemporary Christian apologetics–although that was of great interest in Victorian England. For instance, Cambridge Ghost Society … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ian Paul, Revelation. Tyndale New Testament Commentary

Originally posted on Reading Acts:
Paul, Ian. Revelation. Tyndale New Testament Commentary. Downers Grove, Ill.: IVP Academic, 2018. 371 pp. Pb. $25.00   Link to IVP Academic   This new volume in the Tyndale New Testament Commentary series replaces the 1969…

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Hispanic Voters

Originally posted on Clarissa's Blog:
While Trump was enacting his anti-immigrant agenda, Latino voters seemed to have slowly warmed up to the president. In last week’s NPR/PBS/Marist poll, 41 percent of Hispanics approved of Trump’s performance (black Americans? 12…

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folk and formal theology — Samantha Field

My partner and I were taking our usual walk around our apartment complex and through the woods around it when I announced that I wanted to go to seminary. I had been thinking about it for a while, but by … Continue reading

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