Monthly Archives: October 2006

Does Faith Shave?

How womanly it is for one who is a man to comb himself and shave himself with a razor, for the sake of fine effect, and to arrange his hair at the mirror, shave his cheeks, pluck hairs out of … Continue reading

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Von Balthasar on Kenosis, Impassibility and Immutability

The issue of the death of God in Moltmann’s theology came up today on Byron’s blog. The issue of the death of God was also touched on in another context in which I found myself today. Whether this is to … Continue reading

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Rambling comments on Dunn and Esler on Baptism in Romans 6

Over the weekend I read a number of commentators on Romans 6, a couple of which were set reading for a seminar that I attended this morning. The two commentators that were on our set reading were Philip Esler and … Continue reading

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Ezekiel 24 and 1 John 2

David Field observes a very interesting potential parallel.

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Interesting Videos

Some of today’s pickings on Youtube: Could Stonehenge have been built like this? The artificiality of beauty in modern culture:

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Evangelicals and the White House

I am surprised that such news could come as a surprise to anyone.

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Brain Enhancement

I find some of the new developments in science explored in this new exhibition quite troubling and even frightening on a number of levels. There are a number of questions that I would like to see addressed. For example, if … Continue reading

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