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Review: Remembering the Reformation: Martin Luther and Catholic Theology

Originally posted on Bob on Books:
Review: Remembering the Reformation: Martin Luther and Catholic Theology, Declan Marmion, Salvador Ryan, Gesa E. Thiessen (eds.). Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2017. Summary: A collection of papers exploring Martin Luther in historical context and his roots…

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The Epistle of Jude in Early Christianity

Originally posted on Diglotting:
It is difficult—nigh impossible—to find any article, commentary, or monograph on the epistle of Jude in the last thirty years which does not make reference to the title of Douglas Rowston’s seminal article, “The Most Neglected…

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Garfinkel-the short life of a fortress city

Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
The Rise of Ancient Israel, the book I just finished posting about, was from the early 1990‘s. Much has happened since then in terms of archeological finds in Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria that bear…

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Book Write-Up: The Most Misused Stories in the Bible

Eric J. Bargerhuff.  The Most Misused Stories in the Bible: Surprising Ways Popular Bible Stories Are Misunderstood.  Bethany House, 2017.  See here to buy the book. Eric J. Bargerhuff has a doctorate in biblical and systematic theology from Trinity Evangelical … Continue reading

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Evangelism and Genuinely Liking People

Originally posted on All Things are Yours:
Forget apologetics.   Forget signs and wonders.   If you really want to excel at evangelism, there is one golden key worth more than all the others – LIKE the people you are…

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Book Write-Up: The Imitation of Christ, by Thomas a Kempis

Thomas a Kempis.  The Imitation of Christ.  New York: Dover Publications, 2003. According to the translators in the Foreword, the most popular view regarding this book’s origin is that it was written by a few members of the Brethren of … Continue reading

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Book Write-Up: 12 Days in Africa

Lisa Sanders, with Cathy Bruning and Blake Sanders.  12 Days in Africa: A Mother’s Journey.  WestBow Press, 2013.  See here to buy the book. 12 Days in Africa is about Lisa Sanders’ time in Uganda.  She talks about the people … Continue reading

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