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CalvinDrake: Biblical Research Study, Written by Rev. Calvin Drake Fell: using the logos spirit, the spirit of God moved upon the face of the earth, the spirit  moves into human being in their  spiritual mind, the spirit in the renewed mind,  ... (20/08/2011 - 06:42 | 0 comments | 5 stars)
CalvinDrake: Biblical Research Study, Written by Rev. Calvin Drake Fell: using the logos spirit, the spirit of God moved upon the face of the earth, the spirit  moves into human being in their  spiritual mind, the spirit in the renewed mind,  ... (20/08/2011 - 06:42 | 0 comments | 0 stars)
drdenis: Preparation for Christianity:   Preparation for Christianity  Truth, whether in terms of doctrine, ethics, thought, or daily moral practice, derives from one source, the Being, in whom everything has its being; the... (05/11/2010 - 02:24 | 0 comments | 5 stars)
stacy: is it possible?: do you think it is possible to leave behind what is so grievous and painful in the traditional evangelical church and yet remain in the faith? i was raised in the church and fed well-studied... (06/09/2010 - 00:05 | 0 comments | 0 stars)
drdenis: "The Last Days": Denis Photos Friends Message Started By Denis The Church Fathers faced two big questions: “What is Scripture?” and “How should we read it?” Why Two Books?... (30/08/2010 - 04:47 | 0 comments | 5 stars)
drdenis: The Masoretic Text and the Old Testament: The Masoretic Text, other than the Dead Sea Scrolls, is the only existing representation of the Old Testament in Hebrew. The oldest fragments date from the 9th century AD, but the oldest complete... (27/08/2010 - 22:30 | 0 comments | 5 stars)
drdenis: Early Christian Studies :: One of the most important parts of the Hebrew social structure was blood-line or genealogy. There were three primary areas this directly impacted. One was their status and the highest of course were... (25/08/2010 - 23:46 | 0 comments | 0 stars)
drdenis: "The Fulness of "All Things" : The Fulness of “All Things “     Let     ’ s brace ourselves to our duties and so bear ourselves together so that, if our teaching lasts for a... (03/08/2010 - 03:57 | 0 comments | 5 stars)
drdenis: "The Fulness of "All Things" : The Fulness of “All Things “     Let     ’ s brace ourselves to our duties and so bear ourselves together so that, if our teaching lasts for a... (03/08/2010 - 03:57 | 0 comments | 0 stars)
drdenis: "The Fulness of "All Things" : The Fulness of “All Things “     Let     ’ s brace ourselves to our duties and so bear ourselves together so that, if our teaching lasts for a... (03/08/2010 - 03:34 | 0 comments | 0 stars)
drdenis: "The Fulness of "All Things" : The Fulness of “All Things “     Let     ’ s brace ourselves to our duties and so bear ourselves together so that, if our teaching lasts for a... (03/08/2010 - 03:34 | 0 comments | 0 stars)
drdenis: "The Fulness of "All Things" : The Fulness of “All Things “L et’s   If that is true, of what infinite consequence it is that you and I should take the thought as our life-motto, and live it out. If we... (03/08/2010 - 02:58 | 0 comments | 0 stars)
drdenis: The Role of women in the Church in 4 part harmony: Gentle Reader, If you have been following my blog (or not! Then why not) Anyway I have tried to present a balanced approached to the subject “Women in the Church” Pastors/deaconess... (03/08/2010 - 01:49 | 0 comments | 3 stars)
drdenis: Pauline Christianity: Many have neither the idea that there has been a great controversy about the author of 14 books of the New Testament. nor the fact as some even believe that Paul was the founder of “... (26/07/2010 - 22:24 | 0 comments | 3.5 stars)
Bill Roberts: Thinking Anglicans - St. Blogory's: the internet café at St. Gregory's Episcopal Church, Deerfield, IL: Here is the seventh in a series of posts introducing some of the websites and blogs I enjoy and appreciate. (29/06/2010 - 20:29 | 0 comments | 0 stars)
Jacob: And OST fell apart?: The opposite of thinking about communities as natural or divinely inspired manifestations.  I think community is a matter of human effort.  We don’t find unity, we make it. People... (24/05/2010 - 23:10 | 0 comments | 0 stars)
Jacob: Hospitality Evangelism Vs. Confrontational Evangelism: I recently ran across Russell D. Moore’s website, Moore to the Point.  He has a great subsection entitled: “Papers.”  It was here that I found this article: “FREE... (01/05/2010 - 22:54 | 0 comments | 2.5 stars)
Jacob: Did Jesus Speak Fearlessly?: I recently read a short book of lectures delivered by Michel Foucault in the 1980s. The topic of his lectures was the ancient Greek practice of fearless speech, or parrhesia. What does parrhesia... (17/04/2010 - 02:25 | 0 comments | 3.3 stars)
fresno dave: Temple Tantrum/ Which curtain was torn?:       “Behind the second curtain was a room called the Holy of Holies” -Hebrews 9:3 We all know “the curtain of the temple was torn in two as Jesus died.... (04/04/2010 - 01:59 | 0 comments | 4.4 stars)
Jacob: Is Christianity True? It Depends. What Do You Mean By True?:   Writers over at the Stand to Reason blog asked: “Is Christianity True?” [http://str.typepad.com/weblog/2010/04/is-christianity-true.html]  That is an often asked question by... (03/04/2010 - 01:01 | 0 comments | 3 stars)
fresno dave: Chiasm and inclusio: The chiasm card has been overplayed. But mostly, in Western church, it is unplayed. We miss a lot of what the biblical writers intended when we neglect the structural and literary devices that... (30/03/2010 - 20:51 | 2 comments | 5 stars)
peter wilkinson: Sir Toby Redivivus:  As promised (threatened?) I have just published a third book, which can be viewed, previewed, and ordered at http://tiny.cc/tzlue and http://tiny.cc/dijsu. This is possibly the final... (26/03/2010 - 13:50 | 0 comments | 0 stars)
Jacob: Contradictions in the Gospels: Problems or Opportunities?: Bart Ehrman has written another book.  It’s called, Jesus Interrupted.  You can read a short article about Ehrman and the new book, an excerpt of the book, and listen to the NPR story... (16/03/2010 - 01:13 | 4 comments | 2.5 stars)
peter wilkinson: The Lost World of Genesis One - John H. Walton: As promised to John Doyle, who recommended the book to me without having read it himself, here is a review of ‘The Lost World of Genesis One’ by John. H. Walton. It does not have much to... (08/03/2010 - 14:41 | 19 comments | 3.9 stars)
Tim: A non-believer's lament...: ALL: My easy-believing, non-critical thinking, funamentalist southern baptist bride of 20 years :-), the absolute love of my life, has, in the last few years, undergone a radical spiritual... (05/03/2010 - 17:21 | 20 comments | 5 stars)
rodgertutt: WHAT I WISH I HAD KNOWN DURING MY YOUTH: WHAT I WISH I HAD KNOWN DURING MY YOUTH  How I recovered from a 12 year nervous breakdown (1966-78)  I’m 73 years old  My name is Rodger Tutt. I am 73 years old. I could... (04/03/2010 - 15:38 | 0 comments | 5 stars)
Jacob: Homosexuality: Three Christian Views: I reprinted this because I really, really liked it. Homosexuality: Three Christian Views from *Experimental Theology* by Richard Beck In recent reading about... (24/02/2010 - 02:22 | 0 comments | 3 stars)
peter wilkinson: Virtue Reborn – Tom Wright: If ever there was a book whose time has come, this is it. Drawn against the backdrop of the banking crisis and the U.K. M.P.’s expenses scandal, the prodigious pen of Tom Wright presents a... (23/02/2010 - 16:48 | 10 comments | 3.5 stars)
john doyle: Day One: A Sir Toby's Creation Myth: As an experiment, I present for your consideration not a written text but an oral reading. I tried embedding this video in the post, but either I lack the skill or OST will not accept the Youtube... (17/02/2010 - 05:39 | 15 comments | 0 stars)
Jacob: Richard Dawkins, Knowledge, and Faith: I recently watched a short web-interview with Richard Dawkins on the Washington Post website.  The piece was entitled: “Divine Impulses: Richard Dawkins on “the arrogance of... (06/02/2010 - 01:49 | 59 comments | 3.3 stars)