- 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 2008
A black Gospel choir singing a Russian liturgical piece. (H/T: Per Christum) Share this: Digg this postRecommend on FacebookTweet about itSubscribe to the comments on this postTell a friend
The next Christian Reconciliation Carnival will be hosted here in early April. The deadline for submissions is March 31, and the carnival will be posted very shortly thereafter. Here is a link for information about submitting posts. This quarter’s Carnival … Continue reading
He had a good time, and if you are part of an evangelical / fundamentalist / charismatic / confessional-type church tradition, you ought to read why. Share this: Digg this postRecommend on FacebookTweet about itSubscribe to the comments on this … Continue reading
If Neil Young’s Canadian sermon typology is any indication, I could be Fred Craddock in a tuque, eh? Share this: Digg this postRecommend on FacebookTweet about itSubscribe to the comments on this postTell a friend
Charles Halton reports it has happened to Dr. Jim West, a pioneer of the biblioblogosphere, with whom I believe I probably disagree about practically everything. Still, this sort of despicable act is so far beyond the pale as to be … Continue reading
The Hurrians were ubiquitous throughout the ancient Near East. As a people, they were more widely spread than any other group before the Arameans. They flourished from the middle of the third millennium till the end of the second. They … Continue reading
When a city is burned and there are short-lived grains involved, the age of the grains as determined by radiocarbon dating serves to date the entire destruction level. Thus, the recent work on 14C dating of grains found in city … Continue reading
The “Niagara Falls mummy” was displayed for many years in the Niagara Museum on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. It is featured in a 2006 episode of Nova, “The Mummy Who Would Be King.” (Transcript here.). It was purchased … Continue reading
Is this sermon for real or just a really good parody? (HT: Suzanne McCarthy at Better Bibles Blogs, who isn’t sure, either). For those of you who would like to know something more about what it really means when the … Continue reading
Rick Mansfield was kind enough to point to a delightful article about the changing shape of evangelical Christianity in Christianity Today, now available online. For the younger evangelicals …, traditional churches are too centered on words and propositions. And pragmatic … Continue reading