Digest for July 17th, 2016

Biblical Commentary Posts

  1. After Philando Castile: The Christian’s Calling by Abram K-J
  2. Pokémon Go at Tell es-Safi/Gath by arenmaeir
  3. Great find to start the week: Portion of a head-shaped vessel! by arenmaeir
  4. What is Psalm 151? by Stephen Bedard
  5. Crowdsourcing Nun-Style by Scot McKnight
  6. Politics of the Nations vs. the Politics of the Cross by Scot McKnight
  7. Jonah’s encounter with the great fish by ferrelljenkins
  8. Good News: A Gift to an Introvert by Stephen Bedard
  9. Deuteronomy 27 by Bob MacDonald

Biblical Criticism Posts

  1. Quarterly Quote of the Month about Jesus for this Week by Anthony Le Donne
  2. Robert Henle on Learning to Read Latin by Brian Davidson

Radical Criticism Posts

  1. Questioning the “Gospel of Marcion”—Pt. 3 by René Salm

Deuteronomy 27

By Bob MacDonald Example of the music of the responsive section

Deuteronomy 27
וַיְצַ֤ו מֹשֶׁה֙ וְזִקְנֵ֣י יִשְׂרָאֵ֔ל אֶת־הָעָ֖ם לֵאמֹ֑ר
שָׁמֹר֙ אֶת־כָּל־הַמִּצְוָ֔ה אֲשֶׁ֧ר אָנֹכִ֛י מְצַוֶּ֥ה אֶתְכֶ֖ם הַיּֽוֹם 1 And Moses and the elders of Israel commanded the people saying,
Keep all the commandment that I myself have commanded you today. 15
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וְהָיָ֗ה בַּיּוֹם֮ אֲשֶׁ֣ר תַּעַבְר֣וּ …read more

Digest for July 16th, 2016

Biblical Commentary Posts

  1. Seminary PL15: Managing the Church by Ken Schenck
  2. Medieval Wisdom for Modern Christians by Scot McKnight
  3. Blurb of the Week: R. R. Reno on A Splendid Wickedness by Eerdmans
  4. The Four Rs of Good Apologetics by Stephen Bedard
  5. Luther's Small Catechism / El Catecismo Menor de Lutero free from AugsburgFortress by Mark Hoffman
  6. Weekend Leadership Roundup by Stephen Bedard
  7. Prayer for the Week by Scot McKnight
  8. The 2016 excavations at Gath by ferrelljenkins
  9. Dumdum doodlings by Kim Fabricius
  10. Last week of 2016 about to begin! by arenmaeir

Biblical Criticism Posts

  1. Matthew 1:18 - Two Doctrinally Significant Variants in One Verse by James E. Snapp, Jr.

Radical Criticism Posts

  1. Another Gateway to Reason w/ Thomas True by Mythicist Milwaukee

Dumdum doodlings

By Kim Fabricius Brexit: well, so much for plebis*ites.“What the fuck just happened?” exclaimed one observer. “Inept, embarrassing, horrible, clueless,” said another. And a third: “It’s a sad time to be English.” But were they speaking about losing to Iceland – or to Brexit?So The Three Stooges (Boris, Michael, and Nigel) and have …read more

Digest for July 15th, 2016

Biblical Commentary Posts

  1. New DMin at Northern Seminary by Scot McKnight
  2. Last day of week 3 by arenmaeir
  3. Eerdmans All Over: July 15, 2016 by Eerdmans
  4. Terrorism, Race Riots and the World We Live In by Stephen Bedard
  5. Patristic Wisdom: Looking to Sunday by Steve Bricker
  6. Job 31 by Bob MacDonald
  7. Corbyn: The New Puritan? by James Crossley
  8. Asbury is in Wilmore by Craig Keener
  9. Weekly Meanderings, 16 July 2016 by Scot McKnight
  10. Tyndale Bulletin 67/1 by Danny Zacharias
  11. A Cycle of Grace that stops Ungrace by Scot McKnight
  12. Corbyn: The New Puritan? by James Crossley
  13. Conspiracy theory (37 seconds) by Craig Keener

Biblical Criticism Posts

  1. Description vs Representation by Bill Heroman

Radical Criticism Posts

  1. Grammatiki Karla on Ancient Greek Popular Literature, Part 1: Language and Style by adversusapologetica

Description vs Representation

By Bill Heroman I usually prefer to think of narrative as narration, which is to say, a representation of temporality, as a stream of consciousness (‘focalization’) fixed upon some perceived sequence of dynamic change(s). Defining “narrative” leads many scholars to emphasize other aspects of discourse, such as talking, telling, purporting, claiming, fabricating, and …read more

Description vs Representation

By Bill Heroman I usually prefer to think of narrative as narration, which is to say, a representation of temporality, as a stream of consciousness (‘focalization’) fixed upon some perceived sequence of dynamic change(s). Defining “narrative” leads many scholars to emphasize other aspects of discourse, such as talking, telling, purporting, claiming, fabricating, and …read more

Description vs Representation

By Bill Heroman I usually prefer to think of narrative as narration, which is to say, a representation of temporality, as a stream of consciousness (‘focalization’) fixed upon some perceived sequence of dynamic change(s). Defining “narrative” leads many scholars to emphasize other aspects of discourse, such as talking, telling, purporting, claiming, fabricating, and …read more

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