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This is the thrilling romance of Orthodoxy. People have fallen into a foolish habit of speaking of orthodoxy as something heavy, humdrum, and safe. There never was anything so perilous or so exciting as orthodoxy. It was sanity: and to be sane is more dramatic than to be mad. It was the equilibrium of a […]
I’ve been reviewing the Interpretation Series, now available on Accordance (product link). This morning, I was preparing my iPad for an upcoming trip and decided to see how it looked on that. This is what I came up with. Be warned, I’m using the NET bible because I haven’t yet purchased the REB. […]
Just playing around this morning. One of the neat things I’ve seen in Accordance 12 was the tracking of the verse. The program quickly and without reentering new data (verses, etc) updates my library offerings according to the verse I am on. Also, the new Interpretation Series matches up pretty well. Cousar even includes Barth!
I still want to focus on my organic theory. But, it would only compliment Watson’s well-stated view.
Right now, you can get the entire series with a huge discount. Accordance graced me with an early preview copy of the Interpretation Series (Westminster John Knox) for use on my Accordance 12 program (review to follow). I have some of the series in print — I was given my first volume by a United […]
1 ALL ye that seek the Lord who died, Your God for sinners crucified, Prevent the earliest dawn, and come To worship at His sacred tomb. 2 Bring the sweet spices of your sighs, Your contrite hearts, and streaming eyes, Your sad complaints, and humble fears; Come, and embalm Him with your tears. 3 While […]
April is National Poetry Month. While we know that John and Charles wrote hymns, they also wrote poems… some of which are still sung in Christian Methodist congregations… I might highlight a few throughout this month. “GRIEVE NOT THE HOLY SPIRIT” 1 AND art Thou grieved, O sacred Dove, When I despise or cross Thy […]
But what we suffer from to-day is humility in the wrong place. Modesty has moved from the organ of ambition. Modesty has settled upon the organ of conviction; where it was never meant to be. A man was meant to be doubtful about himself, but undoubting about the truth; this has been exactly reversed. Nowadays […]
St Symeon suggests that our Lenten bare is something we should do all year. Do we not have an obligation to do this at all times? Have we not taken the vow to be hungry, thirsty, and ill clad (cf. 1 Cor. 4:11) and to endure all things and bear them with joy?  Ought […]