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the baker exegetical commentary on the new testament - the baker exegetical commentary on the new testament becnt one of today s most respected sources for new testament exegetical studies equips you to know the gospel better praised for its thoughtful scholarship for studying pastors and its readability for inquiring lay people the becnt is a standard exegetical commentary for any bible study library, historical reliability of the acts of the apostles wikipedia - the historical reliability of the acts of the apostles the principal historical source for the apostolic age is of interest for biblical scholars and historians of early christianity as part of the debate over the historicity of the bible archaeological inscriptions and other independent sources show that acts contains some accurate details of 1st century society with regard to titles of, new international commentary on the new testament logos - overview this collection includes all of the volumes from the new international commentary on the new testament to provide an exposition of scripture that is thorough and abreast of modern scholarship yet at the same time loyal to scripture as the infallible word of god, who was rama myth or historical hero agniveer - we present an insightful article by eminent scholar of vedas and history sri rajveer arya aryarajveer gmail com written three years ago on the issue of sri rama being a myth or a historical legend, the new perspective on paul mark goodacre - the new perspective on paul by james d g dunn acknowledgements the new perspective on paul by james d g dunn originally appeared in the bulletin of the john rylands library vol 65 1983 pp 95 122 it was included in dunn jesus paul and the law studies in mark and galatians london spck 1990 pp 183 214 more recently in dunn the new perspective on paul collected essays, byzantine theology holytrinitymission org - excerpts from byzantine theology historical trends and doctrinal themes by john meyendorff please get the full version of this book at your bookstore, vridar musings on biblical studies politics religion - this is part 2 of the interview with john curington see billionaire logic and the death of jfk for the introduction and background this series greg doudna has posted a link to the full interview on his academia edu page it is interesting to compare today s events with fake news and its correlation with criminal violence, how do we know ignatius letters are genuine shameless - st ignatius of antioch a disciple of the apostle john wrote a series of letters somewhere about c 107 110 en route to his martyrdom in rome these letters are richly catholic so much so that the reformer john calvin was convinced that they couldn t be authentic, christ founded a visible church called to communion - one of the most fundamental differences between the protestant and catholic ecclesial paradigms concerns the nature of the church that christ founded, the trial of jesus authentic historical account - printed from http tektonics org jesustrial php on the trial of jesus the purpose of this essay is to provide an overview of the many issues and questions, my core convictions girardian lectionary - my core convictions nonviolence and the christian faith contents part i first principles theses presented in paragraph format 1 evangelical anthropology as a necessary complement to theology 2 god is love 3 mimetic desire and the two ways love or resentment 4 falling into the way of satan 5 satan casting out satan and apocalypse 6 the biblical story as the story of god saving, modern scholarship rome and a challenge called to communion - 126 comments leave a comment john bugay september 5th 2010 5 57 am sean there are a number of things wrong here first of course and as has become your unique signature you have misrepresented what i ve said, can the orthodox presbyterian church be saved - the 2004 general assembly in an effort to clarify the confusion engendered by its decision in the kinnaird case in 2003 the 2004 opc general assembly consisting of about 135 commissioners the denomination claims 28 000 members voted after some hesitation to reaffirm the doctrine of justification as articulated in the 17 th century westminster standards, an atheist historian examines the evidence for jesus part - many christians accept that a historical jesus existed because they never thought to question the idea in the first place or because they are convinced that the gospels can be read as more or less historical accounts and so don t need to be seriously doubted on this point, does romans 1 26 27 condemn homosexuals - no romans 1 26 27 does not condemn gays transgendered people lesbians or bisexuals all christians have a duty before god to interpret scripture honestly in context instead of divorcing verses from their context and then insisting they mean something they never meant to the original hearers, acts and work bible commentary theology of work - the acts of the apostles depicts the early church working hard to grow itself and serve others in the face of opposition shortages of people and money government bureaucracy church bureaucracy came later internal strife and even the forces of nature, new cool thang yes god the father does have a father - as the second part of my discussion of chapter 12 in the second volume of blake ostler s series of books on mormon theology i will deal with the second of two controversial positions blake takes when reading joseph smith s king follett discourse kfd and sermon in the grove sitg, why everyone is religious or rather nobody god - gerry thanks much for the great resource on that topic bo jinn comments in illogical atheism the humanist manifestos were three official sets of atheist credos drafted and signed separately over the course of exactly seven decades