Galatians

Seeking the Common Good with Humility & Perspective

Introductory Note I preached the following sermon at First UMC-Edcouch & First UMC-Lyford on October 23, 2016. Original title: “Nations,

Books

Book Announcement: @ivpacademic’s Paul and Judaism Revisited A Study of Divine and Human Agency in Salvation

Some of you still like to read the Apostle Paul… so if you do, this looks like a good book

Theology

Oh Tony, you keep using that word…, or, in favor of St. James of the McGraths

I haven’t covered this for a while, but I see Tony Breeden is now attacking the Apostle Paul and Jesus

Acts

Josephus and Paul go to Rome

In 64 CE, Paul stood before Felix as both a Jew and a Roman (Acts 23.23-35), mired in a conspiracy

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Reading: New Creation in Paul’s Letters – Chapter 5

Chapter 5 will deal with Paul’s use of the term in Galatians. More specifically, Galatians 6.11-18. Jackson notices the flesh-spirit mix

Rhetoric

More thoughts on Seneca and Paul

Narrowing it down to Romans only, the idea that the Law is human weakness can be compared to the Seneca’s

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Reading: New Creation in Paul’s Letters – Chapter 1, the Introduction

The author’s, T. Ryan Jackson, work is focused on the concept of the New Creation in Pauline writings. As he

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Paul Among the People – Personal Thoughts

This is the third installment of my review of Sarah Ruden’s Paul Among the People from Image Catholic Books.  You