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Don't Ask Me That: Trust the Bible?

Not only do we get internal claims, but also external proof that the events actually happened—reality instead of mythology, closeness to the actual events rather than centuries later, but next we get to take on… 573 more words


Accounts for the estates belonging to Charles Pierrepont

Kept by the accountant William Pickin, this volume records a full year’s accounts for the estates of Charles Pierrepont, 1st Earl Manvers. This includes the income and expenditure for 31 estates from Burgh, Hemingby and Asterly in Lincolnshire, Old Cotes, Beighton and Adwick upon Dearne in Yorkshire, and Perlethorpe, Budby and Edwinston in Nottinghamshire.

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. The jurisdiction of love is a primer integrity of truth. Since, love is reasonable, the divine declaration of truth is credible. The morality of the supreme Truth allows us to recognize the divine dignity of the Creator. 99 more words


Question 802 – God’s goodness is based on truth?

God’s goodness gives us the natural meaning to live according to divine and merciful love.

Question 803 – God’s goodness is Triune? 52 more words


The Hidden Story of Codex Selden

Featured Image: Two pages of Codex Selden, glyphs added later, covering original depictions.

First reported by Sci News, the confirmation that Codex Selden is indeed a palimpsest, and the unveiling of the uncovered, original text (glyphs), is truly amazing, and likely a game changer for the history of pre-Hispanic Mixtec. 473 more words


The Lexham Dead Sea Scrolls Hebrew-English Interlinear Bible in Logos 7

My frequent co-conspirator Ken Penner and I, with the assistance of Nick Meyer, have been working on something I pitched to Ken last summer: The Lexham Dead Sea Scrolls Hebrew-English Interlinear Bible… 296 more words

The source materials for large medieval chansonniers

How were large collections of lyric poetry (with or without music) assembled?

I’ve been pondering the collection of jeux partis (debate songs; hereafter JPs) in… 1,056 more words