Daily Archives: March 11, 2019

Bible Class with Bible-Triggered Progressives — Experimental Theology

I’m a Sunday School teacher for an adult Bible class that gathers every Sunday morning. The class I co-teach is the most progressive class in the church, likely because as the longest running teacher in the class (over fifteen years … Continue reading

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A Tribute To Smokey — Deeper Waters

Do we treasure the life that we have with those we love? Let’s plunge into the Deeper Waters and find out. It happened Saturday and came out of the blue. None of us were expecting it. My wife got a … Continue reading

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Popular False Teachers

via Popular False Teachers Reblogging for future reference (not necessarily agreement).

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“Justification” in Second-Century Christian Texts

Originally posted on Larry Hurtado's Blog:
It was long thought (especially in some Protestant circles) that second-century Christianity lost track of the Pauline emphasis on “justification” by God through faith.  One of the most influential studies that established this…

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