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Musings on Scripture, Tradition and Reading Long Dead Christians

One of the things that has divided Roman Catholics from Protestants for centuries is the question of what has authority.  The Protestant movement from the beginning held to sola scriptura, scripture alone.   1,050 more words

Ponderings

Old Georgian phrases and sentences 43 (on natural transformations)

I was first led to a sentence in the passage below thanks to a citation in the Georgian dictionary of Sarjveladze and Fähnrich (2005), 632, s.v. 605 more words

Georgian

Basil of Caesarea's On the Holy Spirit

I recently read through Basil of Caesarea’s classic work On the Holy Spirit.  Basil is one of the Cappadocian fathers and this work on the Holy Spirit was hugely influential in the Council of Constantinople’s editing and affirmation of the Nicene Creed, including stronger language on the deity of the Spirit.   1,617 more words

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Steer the Ship of My Life Lord

I read this quote recently, and it’s too good not to share:

I can testify to this truth: that it’s in rest and stillness we hear His loving direction.

Victoria

Brilliant Thoughts

Book Review: Basil of Caesarea

Stephen M. Hildebrand, Basil of Caesarea. Foundations of Theological Exegesis and Christian Spirituality. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2014. Pp. 204 + xx.

In this third volume in the Foundations of Theological Exegesis and Christian Spirituality series, Franciscan University’s Stephen M. 688 more words

Church Fathers

Old Georgian phrases and sentences 36 (Bas. Hex., on dogs and speechlessness)

I stumbled upon the sentence below in Sarjveladze and Fähnrich’s Altgeorgisch-Deutsches Wörterbuch, 1213a. (I’m told that it’s National Dog Week. If so, this is a fitting sentence to read!) It comes from Basil’s… 104 more words

Georgian