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Thanksgiving is our Altar to an Unknown God

It wouldn’t be a treasured holiday if someone didn’t take the time to rain on your parade. It’s my turn:

In chapter 17 of the Acts of the Apostles, Paul is in Athens and stands at the Areopagus to try and persuade an audience of pagan Greeks to become Christian by appealing to their own philosophers. 1,359 more words

Wendell Berry

Horia-Roman Patapievici - Religie și politică. Rolul și locul creștinului în viața politică

Centrul Areopagus din Timisoara celebreaza zilele acestea 20 de ani de existenta. Cu aceasta ocazie a fost organizat evenimentul special pe care il puteti urmari aici inregistrat. 38 more words

Evangelicalism

Climbing Mars Hill

Acts 17: 22-31

“Men of Athens!” Paul discerned

For those distinguished minds who learned

Current views, philosophy now old

Which we call classic, then just told. 302 more words

Ancient Greece

Leaving San Fransisco International Airport, I could see the sky turning more blue as we passed through the clouds. I prepared myself for the long flight ahead of me, the 15 hour flight (depending on where you are flying in Greece), I put on my neck pillow and quickly fell asleep. 574 more words

Blogs

Day 23: July 7 - Athens

The Acropolis! Today we had two missions: to see the Acropolis and the Acropolis Museum. Since we were still in the midst of the heat wave, we woke up early to beat some of the heat. 524 more words

Max Turner - Botezul cu Duhul Sfant conform Evangheliei după Luca si Faptelor Apostolilor

Prelegere sustinuta de Prof. Max Turner, in 7 iunie 2017, la Centrul Areopagus din Timisoara.

Daca-mi pot permite un comentariu, observ si de data aceasta cit de speculativa, reductionista si deformatoare devine teologia biblica atunci cind, ca in cazul teologului penticostal Robert Menzies, analizat aici de Prof. 53 more words

Theology

To the Unknown God

Acts 17:22-23,”Then Paul stood in the midst of the Areopagus and said, “Men of Athens, I perceive that in all things you are very religious; 23 for as I was passing through and considering the objects of your worship, I even found an altar with this inscription: TO THE UNKNOWN GOD.   535 more words