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Daily Archives: April 26, 2019
For Fellow Arminians and Quasi-Arminians (Non-Calvinists): Prevenient Grace I recently had a very interesting discussion with a non-Calvinist Baptist theologian and denominational leader. He interviewed me for his podcast about soteriology. 30 more words via For Fellow Arminians and Quasi-Arminians (Non-Calvinists): … Continue reading
Two very different posts about Papias have recently appeared online. On Bart Ehrman’s blog, Papias and the Writers of the New Testament: Guest Post by Stephen Carlson. 31 more words via Papias — Vridar
Can someone who’s a cannibalistic serial killer be with God forever? Let’s plunge into the Deeper Waters and find out. Atheists often like to talk about the atrocities of God in the Bible that they see. 578 more words via Is … Continue reading
Reblogging for future reference: Fine-Tuning Christianity…Until It Vanishes One of my seminary professors—a bit more cynical than most—wisecracked about Karl Barth’s 12-volume magnum opus on Christian theology, “Nobody knows 8,000 pages about God—not even in German.” The key word here … Continue reading
Two traditional prooftexts for the fall of Lucifer are Isa 14 and Ezk 28. Although Isa 14 isn’t directly about the fall of Lucifer, it employs civil war in heaven imagery. 338 more words via The fall of Lucifer — Triablogue
In the past I’ve explored the possibility that the talking donkey episode (Num12) is a vision: http://triablogue.blogspot.com/2014/07/balaams-vision.html That interpretation goes back to Maimonides. As I think about it, there’s an additional argument for that interpretation. 80 more words via Balaam the … Continue reading
I’ve been looking at the biblical Matriarchs on film and particularly how that is viewed from a feminist perspective. Part of the problem with this starts with the question of who exactly qualifies as a Matriarch in the Bible. 1,918 … Continue reading
But now you raise a quite different objection aimed specifically at (3). “Before God sticks Fred in second century Tibet wouldn’t He have to ascertain that Fred would freely reject the Gospel in all circumstances, not just some of them?” … Continue reading