Monthly Archives: February 2011

ETS Paper

The schedule for the Eastern Regional Conference of the Evangelical Theological Society, hosted by PBU, has been posted here. The keynote speaker is Dinesh D’Souza, who will be speaking Thursday evening, March 3, as well as during the conference on … Continue reading

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Losing Two Sons

All you parents out there: stop reading if you don’t want the $#*& scared out of you. Continue reading

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Family Pictures

Here are some pictures my mom took a couple of weeks ago. Enjoy!

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Ευτυχισμένη ημέρα Εβδομήκοντα

…Or, Happy Septuagint Day! The International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies (IOSCS) has declared February 8 “International Septuagint Day,” because, “On February 8, 553, the Byzantine emperor Justinian decreed that the Septuagint should be used in Greek-speaking synagogues.” In … Continue reading

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Botched National Flood-Myth Song

In case you weren’t one of the hundreds of millions watching, you must have heard by now that Christina Aguilera muffed the words of "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the Super Bowl® last night. As someone who likes to think he … Continue reading

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What is the chief end of man?

Many of the popular, public debates in American Christendom regarding evolution boil down to competing teleologies.  This makes perfect sense: our purpose orders our present, and our beginning creates our purpose. Christians ascribe divine redemptive-historical purpose to the universe, and consider … Continue reading

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