Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Man The Pope Embraced, Us, and the Way of Jesus

From CNN: Vicenza, Italy (CNN) — A few years ago Vinicio Riva boarded a public bus in the northern Italian town of Vicenza. He went toward the nearest vacant seat but before he could sit down the man in the … Continue reading

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Rejection and What God Thinks of You: Friday Feature

When you feel like a nobody, when you cry tears because you are nothing special that others would take notice of you, when you feel invisible because you are not a VIP (very important person) in the world, remember: you’re … Continue reading

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Trippin’ Through The Web Thursday Review

I arrived home Saturday night 11/16 after spending time in New York City with some of my beloved Her.meneutics contributors and attending the Q conference. On Tuesday, I became an ETS/EPS/SBL/AAR widow. At least that’s what me and some of … Continue reading

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A Pope In Every Pulpit: Who Controls The Narrative In Evangelicalism?

Carl, one of our dearest friends and church historian, is fond of saying that independent churches often have a “Pope in every pulpit.” For inasmuch as Protestants protest the papacy, and castigate Roman Catholic brothers and sisters, they too want … Continue reading

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Blogging Slander

“LORD, who may dwell in your sanctuary? Who may live on your holy hill? He whose walk is blameless and who does what is righteous, who speaks the truth from his heart and has no slander on his tongue, who … Continue reading

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