Daily Archives: October 22, 2018

Unexpected — Brandon J. Adams

A friend of mine lost his father very suddenly this last week. Another friend is struggling to stay afloat after a car accident last summer brought towering bills and dependence on a chiropractor. Even sitting down in a chair that … Continue reading

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After Trump Administration Approves More Funds, the World Bank Launches Attack on the Flat Tax

Originally posted on International Liberty:
When asked to pick the worst international bureaucracy, I generally respond as follows. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) or Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) should be at the top of the list. Both…

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Contradicting EFS, Social Trinitarianisms, and TriTheisms: Thinking of God as One and Three Three in One

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The Loss of Two Unsung Heroes of International Relations

Originally posted on Global Justice in the 21st Century:
The Loss of Two Unsung Heroes of International Relations: A Tales of Two ‘Bobs’   In the recent past two giants of International Relations (IR) scholarship died, leaving behind a corpus…

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Roundup on creationism — Triablogue

To my knowledge, these are the most competent books of their kind: Old-earth creationism C. John Collins, Reading Genesis Well: Navigating History, Poetry, Science, and Truth in Genesis 1-11 (2018) 127 more words via Roundup on creationism — Triablogue

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Soulen–Barth, Rahner and missed possibilities

Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
R. Kendall Soulen, in The God of Israel and Christian Theology talks about how in the mid to late 20th century the two Karls, Barth and Rahner, attempted to modify the standard Christian model. Both of them…

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Elijah as Micaiah – why not?

Originally posted on Parallel Lives, Also BC Afterglows In AD:
? by Damien F. Mackey   No commentaries that I have read pertaining to the prophet Micaiah will – whilst regarding him as Elijah’s contemporary, and of similar ilk –…

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