Archives for Nov 1, 2010 @ 20:22

Compline with the Celts

* O Christ, Son of the living God, may Your holy angels guard our sleep, may they watch over us as we rest and hover around our beds. * Let them reveal to us in our dreams visions of Your glorious truth, O High Prince of the universe, O High Priest of the mysteries. * [Read More…]

Free Greek New Testament Text

Contact: Stephen Smith            FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (800) 875-6467 Free critically edited Greek New Testament propels biblical scholarship forward BELLINGHAM, WA—October 28, 2010—The Society of Biblical Literature and Logos Bible Software announced today the release of The Greek New Testament: SBL Edition (SBLGNT), a critically edited Greek New Testament. For the first time ever, [Read More…]

Top Ten Teacher Movies

CNN has its list, but I think they’ve left out some better ones. What do you think of their list? Anything omitted? 1. Freedom Writers 2. Ron Clark Story 3. Coach Carter 4. Radio 5. Dangerous Minds 6. Dead Poets Society 7. Lean on Me 8. Stand and Deliver 9. To Sir, With Love 10. [Read More…]

David Opderbeck Disagrees

I posted this morning on the evangelical coalition and how I hope it can be preserved. Dopderbeck, our friend and regular presence on this blog, disagrees and writes this: Is The Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy Over? We’ve had lots of discussion in recent weeks about “big tent evangelicalism.”  Many commenters desire to preserve the “evangelical coalition” represented by [Read More…]

The New NIV 2011

The New NIV 2011, an updated version that both succeeds the old NIV and replaces the TNIV, is now available here. I’m reading it now. [Read more…]

Evangelicalism, One More Time 1

Evangelicalism is up for grabs. The evangelical coalition of the 1950s-1990s is behind us, the fissures in the movement are everywhere apparent, and the future of evangelicalism … well, I’m not a prophet. I don’t know what will happen, but I do have a sense of where we are and where we were, and it [Read More…]

A Suggestion for one Sunday

Some of you are old enough to have grown up on the King James Version, and perhaps you even remember that it says somewhere that “I wot not what hath become of this Moses” or something like that. I grew up on the KJV and only gradually learned that Jesus himself (God too!) neither spoke [Read More…]