Profoundly Beautiful Article

An absolute must-read article, from the now-dying author of a book I purchased when I’d gotten about a third of the way through.

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Did Jephthah Sacrifice His Daughter—Yes or No?

A post of mine at the Logos Talk Blog regarding Jephthah has generated a great deal of interesting discussion from readers. I’m getting a little cross-section of evangelical hermeneutics in action. I urge my personal blog…

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JA! In Which I Answer the Top Biblioblogger

Doug Wilson wrote a post asking a provocative question about Bible translations. I wrote a post for the Logos Talk Blog answering that question. One of the top bibliobloggers out there just flatly contradicted my answer—the title…

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Edwards Manuscripts

The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale, assisted by the Jonathan Edwards Center, recently completed a high-resolution scan of the entire Edwards Collections at both Yale University and Andover Newton Theological School. To view…

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Conversion and Sanctification in Young Children in Christian Homes

From: J (used by permission) Sent: Thursday To: Mark L. Ward, Jr. I had a specific question that I wanted to ask you. Feel free to answer this at any time and to any extent…

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Ross Douthat Vs. Liberal Catholicism

Sometimes even I, Protestant though my bones be, wish for a pope—someone to solve all our hermeneutical difficulties and differences. In my favor, of course. But in exchange for the perfect unity a magisterial teaching…

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