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November 8, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 11.8.15 — The 153 Fish, Strong vs. Weak Christians, & Making Papyrus
Fred Sanders Engages Wainwright on the Trinity in the New Testament In 1962, Arthur W. Wainwright published The Trinity in the New Testament...
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November 1, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 11.01.14 — Favorite Heresies, Luther's 95 Theses, Ross Douthat's Catholicism
New Poll Finds Evangelicals’ Favorite Heresies Most American evangelicals hold views condemned as heretical by some of the most important co...
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October 25, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 10.25.14—J.I. Packer's Conversion, A Softer Calvinism, & The Parish's Death
Justin Taylor Reflects on J. I. Packer's Conversion — 70 Years Ago On Sunday, October 22, 1944—seventy years ago today—it is doubtful that a...
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October 18, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 10.18.14 — Canonical & Non-Canonical Gospels, Bonhoeffer, A Rule for Reading
Simon Gathercole on the Canonical and Non-Canonical Gospels A highlight of the British New Testament Conference this year was Dr Simon Gathe...
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October 11, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 10.11.14 — The Trinity, New Testament Texts, & Catholic Reformers
Fred Sanders: The Trinity's Irrelevance & Relevance to the Christian Life I was excited when Kyle Strobel and Kent Eilers invited me to ...
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October 4, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 10.4.14 — Bible Translations, Jesus's Parables, & Theological Education's Mission
Scot McKnight on the Politics of Bible Translations The Bible you carry is a political act. By “Bible” I mean the Translation of the Bible y...
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September 27, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 9.27.14 — Greco-Roman Jesus, Charles Hodge, and the Christian Masculinity Complex
Roger Olson on Charles Hodge as "Gold Standard" Reformed Theologian Tucked away inside my copy of Volume 1 of his Systematic Theology (Eerdm...
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September 20, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 9.20.14 — Divine Simplicity, European Christianity, & New Testament Ethics
Adam Johnson on Boethius and Divine Simplicity Perhaps you have heard of the term “divine simplicity.” The basic meaning is that God is one ...
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September 13, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 9.13.14 —Pannenberg, The New Evangelization, & D. L. Moody
Michael Root on The Achievements of Wolfhart Pannenberg (1928-2014) Some theologians are mirrors of their time. The mid-twentieth century ri...
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September 6, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 9.6.14 — Erasmus & Ephesians, Repetition in the Bible, and John Owen's "Mortification"
Fred Sanders on Erasmus "Milking" Ephesians Erasmus of Rotterdam taught the Renaissance world how to take a thought and expand it, expound i...
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August 30, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 8.30.14 — Kinship-Terms, Rabbinic Judaism, & Academic Freedom
Larry Hurtado Shares Important Studies of Kinship-terms and Forms of Address Through reading the recently-published thesis of one of our PhD...
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August 22, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 8.23.14 — 2nd-Temple Divine Names, Mistreating Creation, & Feeling African-American Pain
Joel Willitts Shares a Solution to the Problem of the Historical Origins of the Bible and Jesus I found this very interesting passage in Mar...
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August 16, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 8.15.14 — Cultural Disintegration, Mike Bird's Inerrancy, and Septuagint Explained
Tim Gombis Reflects on Salvation as Gift and Obligation Many Christians have trouble with the paradox in Paul whereby salvation is both a gi...
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August 8, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 8.9.14 — John Owen's Wisdom, The Elder's Vow, and Tolkien & Lewis
Was Adam a Historical Person? Asks Guy Walters In the modern world, skeptics have long questioned or denied the historicity of Adam. Neo-or...
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August 1, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 8.2.14 — McKnight & Science, Enns & Inerrancy, and James Montgomery Boice
Larry Hurtado Asks, "Was Early Christianity Secretive?" In an interview with a TV producer a week or so ago, the question came up...
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July 26, 2014 | Jeremy Bouma
Extracurricular Activities 7.26.14 — Inerrancy, Immortality of the Soul, & Vanishing Middle-Class Clergy
Andrew Wilson on "Why I Don't Hate the Word 'Inerrancy'" In ten years of teaching, writing, and researching theology,...
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