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Monthly Archives: January 2007
Check out this hilarious list. I may even try to find ways to work some of these words into my regular vocabulary.
[For personal reference, in case I ever wonder why I am not an ‘Arminian’. Admittedly, some of the comments responding to the video on Youtube and elsewhere might cause me to question why I should ever want to consider myself … Continue reading
N.T. Wright comments on the recent refusal of exemption to Roman Catholic adoption agencies on anti-discrimination legislation. There is no way that the Catholic Church is going to change its mind on this one given 18 months or so. This … Continue reading
The affirmations and denials are not all directed at specific statements of FV/NPP advocates. The reason for this is that just about every single time someone says “The FV says this,” FV proponents say “no, they don’t.” So, many of … Continue reading
Just when I thought that this old post had gone into the cryogenic storage of the distant archives, it has been reanimated with new discussion. A number of issues are addressed, including that of whether a reference to the Eucharist … Continue reading
Ben Myers on B.B. Warfield.
The results are finally in. I voted for both Zizioulas and von Balthasar, so I am very happy to see that they occupy the top spots (I treated my selection of books as three books that I wanted to see … Continue reading
There are a few things that make me really angry. People who throw around accusations and insinuations of heresy without bothering to get their facts straight first or without seeking to read those they criticize carefully and charitably rank very … Continue reading
Mark Horne argues for icons in worship.