Tuesday, January 12, 2010
"Reading is an immense gift, but only if the words are ssimilated, taken into the soul-eaten, chewed, gnawed, received in unhurried delight" (Eugene Peterson, Eat this Book, p. 11)
Archaeological find and the Hebrew language: When Was the Bible Written?
Scot McKnight's Blog Review and discussion of Everett Ferguson's Baptism in the Early Church: History, Theology, and Liturgy in the First Five Centuries
Alexander Campbell is often painted as an Enlightened Rationalist. And there can be little doubt that he had deep roots in the modern world that still flow through our veins. HOWEVER Campbell was not out of tune with the otherworldly/spiritual. John Mark Hicks interaction with Campbell's Address on Demonology will raise eyebrows even today.
You ever wonder about those "waters above" and the "firmament" language in Genesis? Paul Seely has published major studies in Westminster Theological Journal. He has paid close attention to the historical context and in my view his correct in his views expressed published in "The Firmament and Waters Above."
And here is an audio presentation by N. T. Wright on Art & Mission ...