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Daily Archives: February 28, 2019
Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
According to Paula Fredriksen in Paul, the Pagan’s Apostle, people have misinterpreted Paul partly because they have used the concept of religion. She has absorbed a lot of the ideas of Brent Nongbri who thinks religion…
Originally posted on Brandon J. Adams:
It took me a while to find “my people”. Returning home after the Air Force, I found friendmaking difficult. I’m far from a natural. First I tried the church’s college group. Never really fit…
In my experience, Calvinists typically contend that while God can and sometimes does deceive certain people through secondary means (e.g.1 Kgs 20:23), God cannot lie directly. He can deceive through the instrumentality of others (e.g. Ezk 14:9-10) but he can’t … Continue reading
“Upon brothers who withdraw themselves from us, we are unable to inflict more severe punishment than to let them go their way and do what they will. One exception, however, we make to this: we shall not consent to be … Continue reading
Reading Acts Peter reports his experience with Gentile salvation and argues that requiring Gentiles to keep the Law is placing an unnecessary yoke upon them (Acts 15:7-11). He first briefly reminds the assembly of his encounter with Cornelius, a conversion which … Continue reading
Todd C. Ream, Jerry Pattengale, and Christopher J. Devers. The State of the Evangelical Mind: Reflections on the Past, Prospects for the Future. IVP Academic, 2018. See here to purchase the book. Mark Noll is an evangelical scholar and historian. … Continue reading