- Andii on I’m Suddenly Interested in What Mike Licona May Have to Say
- Is it OK to Doubt the Bible? on I’m Suddenly Interested in What Mike Licona May Have to Say
- Nick Peters on I’m Suddenly Interested in What Mike Licona May Have to Say
- A few good links | eChurch Blog on What Are All These Sinners Doing in the Bible?
- Darrell Pursiful on Why Advent?
Monthly Archives: February 2007
Your Dominant Intelligence is Linguistic Intelligence You are excellent with words and language. You explain yourself well.An elegant speaker, you can converse well with anyone on the fly.You are also good at remembering information and convicing someone of your point … Continue reading
The second Christian Reconciliation Carnival will be hosted here on March 1. It is not too late to nominate a blog post dealing with any area of the topic of reconciliation among Christians. You can nominate your own work or … Continue reading
Continuing guest blogger Craig’s dialogue with Christopher R. Seitz’s Nicene Christianity: In his essay, ?¢‚Ç¨?ìOur Help Is in the Name of the Lord, the Maker of Heaven and Earth,?¢‚Ç¨¬ù Christopher Seitz attempts to analyze the first article of the Nicene … Continue reading
Interesting take on the theological implications of animal welfare from Joe Carter: What does our exercise over dominion say about God? Does how we treat chickens and cows, dogs and ducks, and other ?¢‚Ç¨?ìcompanions in creation?¢‚Ç¨¬ù speak truthfully about our … Continue reading
I don’t have the time or interest in tracking this story, which should in itself be an indication of how likely I think it is that the claims of Simcha Jacobovici (and James Cameron, who produced of his new documentary … Continue reading
Craig (aka Wilshirite) is one of my favorite kinds of people: a lay theologian. He has asked if he could post an extensive review of and interaction with Christopher R. Seitz’s Nicene Christianity at Dr. Platypus and has agreed to … Continue reading
I’ve done a bit more fiddling with my biblical timelines, mostly rearranging what goes on which one so that most of them only cover about 500 years of history, give or take. In the process, my original three timelines have … Continue reading
On April 5th, Maundy Thursday, Livonia Baptist Church will gather for a fellowship meal and the celebration of the Lord’s Supper. That isn’t terribly exciting news, is it? Lots of Christians‚Äîeven a growing number of Baptists‚Äîset aside Maundy Thursday for … Continue reading
Added some new links to my Resources page. The iTanakh site looks especially interesting after a bit of browsing around this afternoon. Also, I did a little tweaking on part two my biblical timeline. I adjusted some of the dates … Continue reading
Rebecca’s “writer’s workshop” story for today: We went to Charleston. I got a new toy. My family nearly froze. Share this: Digg this postRecommend on FacebookTweet about itSubscribe to the comments on this postTell a friend