- The “Unreasonable Effectiveness of Reason” and the Collapse of Classical Foundationalism
- Martin Luther on Antinomian Preachers
- Origin and Limitation of the Satisfaction Theory of the Atonement:
- Worship and Liturgy in the Later NT and Early Fathers
- Excerpts from “Confessions of a Doe” by St. Justin Popovich
- The Laws of Thought: A Short Historiography of a Paradigm in Transition
- The Paradoxical Justice of God (St. Isaac the Syrian, Homily 60)
- Freud’s Critique of Religion
- Prof. Danny Shectman Receives Nobel Prize for New “Impossible” Form of Matter: Infinitely Variegated Quasicrystals
- What is the Largest Number Representing Something Empirical?
- Did Luther Get It Wrong? Most Major Contemporary Pauline Scholars Say “Yes”
- Was the Tower of Babel a Ziggurat?
- Dikaiosyne Theou (The Righteousness of God) in Contemporary Biblical Scholarship
- The “Born Again” Narrative in John 3: An Aramaic Impossibility? Well, No!
- Who or What is God?
- Lord, Bless My Enemies (An Incredible Prayer of St. Nikolai of Ochrid)
- Propitiation or Expiation? Did Christ “Change God’s Attitude?”
- Richard J. Bauckham on The Relatives of Jesus
- Can God Make a Stone He Cannot Lift?
- Dr. Martin Hengel on the Historical Reliability of the Gospels
- Psalm 22:16 5/6HevPs: “They Pierced My Hands and Feet” (Dr. Peter W. Flint’s Position)
- Bart Ehrman’s Lost Christianities: A Critique (Part I)
- G. W. F. Hegel’s Paradigmatic Revolution: Outline and Critique
- Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem: The Most Important Mathematical Theorem in the Twentieth Century
- New 3-D Image …of Jesus?
- Love and Loving
- Fibonacci, Fractals, and Inorganic Teleology
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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Luther’s understanding of the law was a keystone of his theology, and of much Protestant theology until the present century. In its essence it followed a view which originated in medieval Roman Catholicism (it is not found in first millennium … Continue reading
A cuneiform version of the familiar biblical story of the Tower of Babel from Sumer, the first civilization to appear in the ancient Near East, reads: “The building of this tower (temple) highly offended the gods. In a night they … Continue reading
The following material is excerpted from the excellent discussion in K. I. Onesti and M. T. Brauch, “Righteousness, Righteousness of God,” in Gerald Hawthorne, Ralph P. Martin, and Daniel G. Reid, eds., Dictionary of Paul and His Letters: A Compendium … Continue reading