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Using the KJV as a source, there are lots of OT references to the "Spirit of God" (e.g., Gen. 1:2, Ex. 31:3, Job 33:4 ) and "Spirit of the Lord" (e.g., Judges 3:10, 2 Sam. 23:2, Ezekiel 11:5, Is.…Continue
In my studies, Christianity only existed in it's purest form for four centuries and as the RCC for twelve, before the initiation of the reform. From the 4th to the 16th, there was only the one, holy,…Continue
Is there anything even remotely like Eastern Orthodoxy in theology/philosophy (for lack of a better word), but not as...formal in practice? It seems there wouldn't be since as far as I understand…Continue
I consider myself kind of a fundamentalist even though I am a Methodist. one of the positive aspects of Methodism is our commitment to being open to others' ideas and trying to reconcile the Bible…Continue
The theory of European nihilism is inseparable from what is now usually referred to as the “philosophy of difference”, whose founders are Nietzsche and Heidegger. The philosophy of difference…Continue
Been reading an essay by Luke Timothy Johnson on the letter of James. Concerning the authorship of that document Johnson suggestS that it may well have been written by the brother of Jesus. One…Continue
In Matt. 10:5-6 Jesus commissions the Twelve to spread the gospel only in Israel - a task he says they won't finish by the time "the Son of Man comes" (Matt. 10:23). Yet in Matt. 28:19 they are…Continue
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