Monthly Archives: February 2017

Tradition and apostolic hermeneutics 

When the apostles gather after the ascension of Jesus, they determine to replace Judas so that their number will be twelve once more. Peter justifies the decision by appealing to two passages in the Psalms (Acts 1:20).  Consider the impressive … Continue reading

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What it means to be the Son of God

At the crucifixion of Jesus, the chief priests, scribes, elders, and passersby all mocked the prophet from Nazareth, calling upon him to come down from the cross if he were really the Son of God (Matt 27). Of course, precisely … Continue reading

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Loneliness and touch

Part of the pain of the experience of being single is the fact that there is no physical contact with another person. Of course, being single is not all bad; it has its positives and its negatives, much the same … Continue reading

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Bunătatea Dumnezeului îngrozitor 

Când Dumnezeu a relatat cele zece porunci lui Moise pe munte, poporul lui Israel a rămas terifiat de ceea ce se vedea:  Tot poporul auzea tunetele și sunetul trâmbiței și vedea flăcările muntelui care fumega. La priveliștea aceasta, poporul tremura … Continue reading

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Scriptura și comunitatea poporului lui Dumnezeu

Scriptura nu poate fi citită în afara contextului comunității poporului lui Dumnezeu. Continue reading

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Sources of theological knowledge

A consideration of the proper ordering and authority of various sources of knowledge. Continue reading

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Despre cea dintâi lună a anului

Începutul anului nou ne oferă o oportunitate să ne pocăim de păcat. Continue reading

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