Seems every category of person needs their own make of Bible these days in order to really read it, “for themselves”. What does this say about our culture, and even more, the Church? Have we grown so individualized that even our Bible translations aid in our navel gazing? Is the Word being manipulated or used as commercial even consumeristic gain instead of the ordinary means of growth in Christian faith. Let’s hope a version for the Bald & Bitter is published soon - Aimee would hate for Todd & Carl to feel left out!
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In the fourth and final part of my paper, 'Reading Machen's Christianity and Liberalism after Obergefell versus Hodges,' I highlight some key areas for the church to address and suggest a new title for the book.
The OPC Journal for church officers has named their latest issue "Women Theologians." Things are looking up!
Is fear of excluding people a major factor in the problems the church faces?
In which I become entirely irrelevant...
Part Three of 'Reading Machen's Christianity and Liberalism after Obergefell versus Hodges.'
Il Duce wrote a short but interesting book on Huss which sheds light on the development of the Italian Fascist's political thought.
Part Two of 'Reading Machen's Christianity and Liberalism after Obergefell versus Hodges.'
Crazy Steven just keeps going...
They won the battle. But are they losing the war?