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Daily Archives: December 4, 2018
Are the “genealogies” of Jesus in Matthew and Luke irreconcilable? Are they fictional? 1. A Jewish objection to the messianship of Jesus is that he lacks impeccable Davidic pedigree. 447 more words via Revisiting the “genealogies” of Jesus — Triablogue
Was he right or was he wrong? This is where thinking Christians need to step back for a moment and recognize that there is a distinction we have to make between motivation and method. 480 more words via Missionary methods — … Continue reading
1. I’ve seen a couple of critics raise a biblical objection to John Chau’s ill-fated missionary encounter: he disobeyed the command to shake the dust from your feet when you are unwelcome (Mt 10:14; Mk 6:11; Lk 9:5; 10:11; Acts … Continue reading
Today I will treat Hillel Millgram’s discussion of King Ahab at war with Syria. 1 Kings 20 focuses on King Ahab and tells us a lot about him. We learn that he is not an autocrat. Rather, he usually will … Continue reading
Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
428 AD: An Ordinary Year At The End Of The Roman Empire, by Guisto Traina This book was a very enjoyable one to read, and followed the pattern of a few books that view…