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Daily Archives: March 22, 2019
Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
Paula Fredriksen, in Paul, the Pagan’s Apostle, holds that Paul expected the return of Christ in his generation. If Paul (and Jesus) thought the apocalyptic coming of the kingdom of God would happen in the first…
via Barth’s Rejection of Christian Universalism: CD I/2 §16, 37
Jennifer LeClaire. Decoding Your Dreams: What the Lord May Be Saying to You While You Sleep. Emanate Books, 2018. See here to purchase the book. Jennifer LeClaire was the editor of Charisma magazine and has written over twenty-five books. She … Continue reading