Monthly Archives: January 2016

Book Review | Exploring Christology & Atonement: Conversations with John McLeod Campbell, H. R. Mackintosh, and T. F. Torrance

By Mike Skinner This is a guest post from a colleague of mine at Houston Baptist University, Matt Davis.

What happens in theology when we are not asking the right question? Andrew Purves tackles this in his latest book, “Exploring Christology & Atonement: Conversations with John McLeod Campbell, H. R. Mackintosh, and T. F. …read more

Keeping It Simple

By Gavin R The design team here at Otagosh – well, that’s just me actually – inadvertently put the blog through the washing machine, and out popped this bleached ‘no frills’ version. The content is unchanged, but the visuals have been toned down a bit. Some (who shall remain nameless) might say it’s …read more

Tithing

By Gavin R [This is an expanded version of a post that appeared here in 2013.]As we all know, good Christians tithe.And really good Christians tithe on their gross.Which is interesting, in that tithing was prescribed for an agrarian society where they primarily tithed on animals and crops.Of course, you had to tithe …read more

Tithing

By Gavin R [This is an expanded version of a post that appeared here in 2013.]As we all know, good Christians tithe.And really good Christians tithe on their gross.Which is interesting, in that tithing was prescribed for an agrarian society where they primarily tithed on animals and crops.Of course, you had to tithe …read more

Tithing

By Gavin R [This is an expanded version of a post that appeared here in 2013.]As we all know, good Christians tithe.And really good Christians tithe on their gross.Which is interesting, in that tithing was prescribed for an agrarian society where they primarily tithed on animals and crops.Of course, you had to tithe …read more

The Struggle to Understand Isaiah as Christian Scripture– Part Ten

By Ben Witherington The Antiochian school of interpretation (Theodore, Julian, Chrysostom, Theodoret) has frequently been misunderstood, and as a result, misinterpreted. They were not simply interested in the literal or historical meaning of the text as oppose to the spiritual and allegorical interests of the Alexandrians. Childs outlines the approach of this school …read more

But it doesn't work

By jps The most likely person to do us harm already has a key to the house. Strangers or criminals do not commit most of America’s murders and assaults; they are committed by family members, friends, and acquaintances, who, in acts of passion, turn to the instruments originally purchased to protect “us” …read more

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