Monthly Archives: April 2006

News and Stuff

I finished my last term-time exam (Hebrew) on Thursday. Now I only have the final exams left. The last few days have enjoyable, if not very productive. Earlier in the week I had a phone call from my brother Mark, … Continue reading

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Hays and Behrman Debate The Da Vinci Code

Download the audio here. [HT: Kevin B]

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Important Article

Within the Bounds of Orthodoxy? An Examination of Both the Federal Vision and the New Perspective on Paul by Joseph Minich

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Exalted to the Pantheon

Apparently I am now one of the ‘top Alastairs in the world’ (which probably says a lot about the paucity of great Alastairs around)!

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Makes Sense to Me

Here is a hypothesis or suspicion, not a conclusion, much less a conviction: The notion that God rewards what we do with what we have, and the notion that we are purely passive in salvation are not, as they appear, … Continue reading

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Leithart has a very good observation on the canonical relationship between Acts and Romans. I handed in my final essay today, which is a huge weight off my mind. I have not enjoyed my essays that much this semester. They … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday!

Happy 80th birthday, Your Majesty! (Former colonies just don’t know what they’re missing out on…)

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