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Daily Archives: November 1, 2018
One of the puzzling features of the Christian life is the uneven and unpredictable distribution of divine interventions. Why does God perform a miracle for one Christian but not another? 454 more words via Intermittent miracles — Triablogue
via Election Was Barth’s Hook: Contra the Five Point Calvinists and the Absolutum Decretum
For readers interested in a few notes from The Pity of It All by historian Amos Elon. Herzl envisaged a modern Exodus organized on a “scientific” basis. 32 more words via The Myth of Jewish Pining for Return to Palestine — … Continue reading
Originally posted on Larry Hurtado's Blog:
A few decades ago, it became fashionable in some scholarly circles, including NT/Christian Origins, to hold the view that in the Roman period there was an extremely low level of literacy, and that…
Originally posted on Pursuing Veritas:
Welcome to the October 2018 Biblical Studies Carnival—and Happy All Saints’ Day! I’m honored to be hosting this honorable event on this sacred day of remembering all those who have gone before in faith. Before…
Originally posted on Brandon J. Adams:
We all can feel alone even when surrounded by our greatest fans. You probably know how this goes. Moments come where we feel something unshareable, something that seems to set us apart from the gathering. It might be a pain,…