I got back from Engage Conference a few days ago, but as I'm about to have a shockingly busy November, it's unlikely that I will be able to post much.
If you happen to have the right permissions from me on Facebook, you can see assorted photos in the...
A series of, well, "wacky" skits about the difference between Anglican candidates and independent candidates at Moore Theological College. You may find a striking resemblence between these and a recent advertising campaign for a computer co...
In John Anderson's valedictory speech to Parliament this week on the relationship between what people believe and what they will end up doing in the world. It sort of ties up with what I have noted earlier, though from a slightly different perspectiv...
I am a perpetually curious person. I want to know things, but sometimes I simply do not have the time to find out. And thus Research topics was begotten.
The central question in this research topic is: Why did the missionary work among the indigenous...
|Title ||Passing the Baton: A Handbook for Ministry Apprenticeship |
|Author ||Colin Marshall |
|Pages ||120 |
|Publisher ||Matthias Media |
|Year ||2006 |
|ISBN ||978 1 921068 79 9 |
|Purchase ||Matthias Media or Moore Books |
There are times when you are so f...
Andrew Hong argued in his recent blog entry that we could and should teach proper biblical theology to children. Although teaching biblical theology involves teaching abstract concepts, he argued that the Scriptures already provides concrete illustra...
At the City Bible Forum the other day, Ian Powell made a very interesting observation while introducing his talk on 1 Kings 16:29-17:24. He noted that men need to know three things in order to function properly.
- Who is in charge
- What are the rules
|Title ||How Long, O Lord? Reflections on Suffering and Evil (2nd edition) |
|Author ||D. A. Carson |
|Pages ||240 |
|Publisher ||Baker Academic |
|Year ||2006 |
|ISBN ||978 0 8010 3125 0 |
|Purchase ||Moore Books |
This is a book about the concept of suffering...
I don't ask this very often, but I am stumped. Does anyone know the generally accepted English pronunciation of Jephthah, one of the judges of Israel?
I am currently thinking jef-tah, but I can't be sure?
Bible scholars? Speech pathologists?