Daily Archives: November 11, 2018

The First World War and the Mobilization of Biblical Scholarship — Zwinglius Redivivus

This fascinating collection of essays charts, for the first time, the range of responses by scholars on both sides of the conflict to the outbreak of war in August 1914. The volume examines how biblical scholars, like their compatriots from … Continue reading

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Billionaire Logic and the Death of JFK / 3 — — Vridar

1. Billionaire Logic and the Death of JFK 2. Billionaire Logic and the Death of JFK / 2 — Part 3 of Greg Doudna‘s the interview with John Curington. ~ ~ ~ GD: No one at the door asked for … Continue reading

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Were they never saved in the first place? — Triablogue

I brief exchange I had with a Roman Catholic on YouTube:”But the Calvinist position on eternal security requires not just that this ‘possibly’ be the case. It requires that this ALWAYS be the case in such situations as when a … Continue reading

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How Blue States Help Red StatesDonald Trump and Republicans in… — Robert Reich

  How Blue States Help Red StatesDonald Trump and Republicans in Congress love to demonize government handouts, which, in fact, their own supporters depend on and are increasingly financed by taxpayers in blue states. The federal program Temporary Assistance for … Continue reading

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Distrusting God — Triablogue

I’m going to comment on an essay by the late Richard Gale. He was one of the more competent philosophical atheist. In this essay his primary target is freewill theism: R. Gale, “Evil as Evidence Against God”, J. P. Moreland, … Continue reading

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Derek Leman on Isaiah 1:27-31

Derek Leman’s Daily Portion today comments on Isaiah 1:27-31. Here are his comments: ISAIAH 1:27-31 27 Zion will be ransomed because of justice, her penitents by righteousness. 28 But rebels and sinners will be ruined together, and those who forsake … Continue reading

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George Gilder: Human Creativity, Christian Capitalism and “Life After Google” — Triablogue

After the mid-term elections last week, I’m sure we will now find ourselves being cast hot and heavy into the 2020 presidential election. The Democrats are going to have two key areas of focus. 2,967 more words via George Gilder: Human … Continue reading

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