Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Crafting of the 4th Century Roman Church, Doctrine, and Papacy (Triablogue)

More from John Bugay on clarifying the history of the papacy.  Here’s how this post begins: There is no question that there were “bishops” in Rome, likely beginning in the late second or early third centuries. But these were not … Continue reading

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The papacy is 1600 years old, not 2000 years old (Triablogue)

How the post begins: In news accounts concerning the upcoming retirement of Pope Benedict XVI and a new papal conclave, one way to check to see if the particular news outlet you are watching had actually checked its facts is … Continue reading

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An Analysis of the Craig-Rosenberg Debate by Dale Tuggy

In this post, philosopher Dale Tuggy analyzes the debate between philosophers William Lane Craig and Alex Rosenberg on “Is Faith in God Reasonable?” held at Purdue University on February 1, 2013. Dale’s post contains a link to a video of … Continue reading

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The Keryma According to Wikipedia

Wikipedia define “Kerygma” as: (Greek: κήρυγμα, kérugma)…the Greek word used in the New Testament for preaching (see Luke 4:18-19, Romans 10:14, Matthew 3:1). It is related to the Greek verb κηρύσσω (kērússō), to cry or proclaim as a herald, and means proclamation, announcement, or preaching. The article goes on to outline just … Continue reading

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If There Are Objective Moral Values, Why Don’t We All Agree on What They Are?

Title of this clip: “Is Faith In God Reasonable?” – An Exchange on Objective Moral Values and Duties Part 2 Q&A YouTube description: On February 1st, 2013 at Purdue University, Dr William Lane Craig participated in a debate with Dr … Continue reading

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The historicity of the book of Acts

Published on Craig Keener’s blog Source: Triablogue

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Craig Keener on power of the Bible

Source: There is life in God’s word (Triablogue post)

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Protestants, Don’t You Get It?

Pope tells faithful God called him to quit – Telegraph. Protestants can observe the current machinations of institutional Catholocism and easily see that they are a long way from what Jesus intended for us when He preached the kingdom of … Continue reading

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William Lane Craig Versus Alex Rosenberg on Objective Moral Values

From the YouTube description: On February 1st, 2013 at Purdue University, Dr William Lane Craig participated in a debate with Dr Alex Rosenberg on the topic, “Is Faith In God Reasonable?” Over 5,000 people watched the event on the Purdue … Continue reading

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Glossary of Terms Relating to First-Century Biblical Matters

The following short list is given only as an introduction to the terms.  You should rely on more substantial reference works for your understanding of these terms.  My purpose here is simply to sensitize you to their importance for understanding … Continue reading

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