Daily Archives: November 14, 2018

What’s a rainbow? — Triablogue

8 Then God said to Noah and to his sons with him, 9 “Behold, I establish my covenant with you and your offspring after you, 10 and with every living creature that is with you, the birds, the livestock, and … Continue reading

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Medieval bestiary — Triablogue

A common argument against the inerrancy of Scripture is to compare Scripture to alleged parallels in pagan sources, then infer that Bible writers shared the prescientific outlook of their pagan neighbors. 119 more words via Medieval bestiary — Triablogue

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For the Christian There is No God Without the Humanity of Christ

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Tertullian and the Ending of the Gospel According to John

Originally posted on Variant Readings:
Selection from Tertullian’s De anima (BnF Latin 1622, 9th century) In response to my recent article on the ending of John in P.Bodmer 2, Michael Lattke brought to my attention an article of his that…

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The Lost Tribe of Manasseh

Originally posted on Dr. Claude Mariottini – Professor of Old Testament:
A few days ago, while doing research for a post, I came across an interesting article on the lost tribe of Manasseh. The following is an excerpt from the…

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Review: Race on Campus

Originally posted on Bob on Books:
Race on Campus, Julie J. Park. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press, 2018. Summary: Addresses myths and misconceptions around issues of race on college campus using research data. Race continues to be an issue on campus…

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If You Ask, You Will Receive? – Matthew 7:7-8

Originally posted on Reading Acts:
Along with Luke 11, this passage in Matthew 7 is usually used to teach persistence in prayer. If we consistently present our requests to God, he will answer them. This is foundational for the Prosperity…

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