Two days ago I introduced my plans to read through Chrysostom in a year. Yesterday, I mentioned the possibility of crowdsourcing the task of morphological tagging the text. 230 more words
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I plan on reading through Chrysostom’s homilies on Philippians in a year. You can join me if you want.
Over the next month, I will be hard at work typing up Migne’s text of these homilies, and dividing them up into manageable weekly readings. 309 more words
The whole Servetus line came up at Orthodox Bridge. So I responded fallacy for fallacy. Horner’s book Future Israel is really eye-opening on this point. Here’s the problem with terms like anti-semite: it means whatever political agenda you want it to mean. 641 more words
For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.
“After speaking of the wages of sin…he does not say, ‘the wages of good deeds,’ but ‘the gift of God;’ to show that it was not of themselves that they were freed, nor was it a due they received, neither yet a return, nor a recompense of labors, but by grace.” … 6 more words
Having a good exchange with a preterist here,
in the comments section. He gives a very good outline of what preterism teaches in some of his other writings. 55 more words