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Painting in Detail: Portrait of TV

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by Bartosz Beda on Mar 17, 2016

Tips to achieve your New Year's Resolutions.

How to achieve New Year's Resolutions.6 Tips and tricks to accomplish your goals.Here are some personal advises to stick to your resolutions and turn them into habits.Write them down: Write your resolutions down as a list and be realistic. Set y...
by Wife Blogger (Housewife Blogs) on Jan 14, 2016

"Angels and Demons" by Dan Brown

Review on "Angels and Demons", by Dan Brownand a touch of religion. Dan Brown is one of the most famous author of our 21st century.Angels and Demons is the first book in the "Robert Langdon series" and it can be count as a classic book of this t...
by Wife Blogger (Housewife Blogs) on Dec 26, 2015

Through someone else's eyes.

Christmas Experience from a Muslim's perspectiveHolidays Season & Christmas through someone else's eyesChristmas Season for a MuslimChristmas time is just around the corner. And if you believe it or not, we Muslims, we enjoy this special time of...
by Wife Blogger (Housewife Blogs) on Dec 22, 2015

Acts 9 – Introducing Rabbi Saul

Like most who write on the conversion of Paul, John Polhill asks if Paul was “predisposed” to conversion (Paul and His Letters, 55).  To what extent did was Paul “prepared” for his encounter on the road to Damascus?  Certainly Paul thought...
by Reading Acts on Feb 11, 2015

Logos Free Book – Justification Reconsidered: Rethinking a Pauline Theme

Logos Bible Software has outdone itself for the “Free Book of the Month” Promotion.  Logos partners with Eerdmans to offer Stephen Westerholm’s Justification Reconsidered: Rethinking a Pauline Theme. This book is a good overview...
by Reading Acts on Feb 3, 2015

Book Review: Sean Freyne, The Jesus Movement

Freyne, Sean. The Jesus Movement and Its Expansion: Meaning and Mission. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2014. 495 pp. Pb; $35.00.  Link to Eerdmans Sean Freyne was the Emeritus Professor of Theology in Trinity College (Dublin) until his death in Aug...
by Reading Acts on Aug 21, 2014

Book Review: Sean Freyne, The Jesus Movement

Freyne, Sean. The Jesus Movement and Its Expansion: Meaning and Mission. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2014. 495 pp. Pb; $35.00.  Link to Eerdmans Sean Freyne was the Emeritus Professor of Theology in Trinity College (Dublin) until his death in Aug...
by Reading Acts on Aug 21, 2014

Book Review: Mark Harding and Alanna Nobbs, All Things to All Cultures

Harding, Mark and Alanna Nobbs. All Things to All Cultures: Paul among Jews, Greeks, and Romans. Grand Rapids, Mich. Eerdmans, 2013. 426 pp. Pb; $50.00. Link to Eerdmans This collection of essays was sponsored by the Australian College of Theology an...
by Reading Acts on Jan 11, 2014

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Paul’s Experience on the Damascus Road

Like most who write on the conversion of Paul, Polhill asks if Paul was “predisposed” to conversion.  To what extent did was Paul “prepared” for his encounter on the road to Damascus?  Certainly Paul thought that God had prepared him to pre...
by Reading Acts on Sep 11, 2013

The New Perspective on Paul: Dispensationalism and the NPP

There are a number of other topics which could be included in a discussion of the New Perspective. The “faithfulness of Christ” or “Christ’s faithfulness” debate is very important although the details are a bit arcane. Wright’s view of th...
by Reading Acts on Sep 4, 2013

The New Perspective on Paul: Scholarly Response to the NPP

The literature on the New Perspective on Paul is vast, to say the least. There are volumes supporting and extending Sanders’ work, there are others critiquing his work. Some are aimed at N. T. Wright as a particularly popular proponent of the New P...
by Reading Acts on Sep 3, 2013

The New Perspective on Paul: Defining Justification

Justification is one issue which has invigorated critics of the New Perspective, sometimes to new heights of rhetorical which would make Luther himself proud. (For example, The Trinity Review opines: “Are Evangelicals so enthralled by Bishops and...
by Reading Acts on Sep 2, 2013

The New Perspective on Paul: Works of Righteousness

By the second century B.C., Jews were becoming increasingly Hellenistic. Some even turned away from the most basic of Jewish distinctives such as circumcision and food traditions. The literature of this period are not evangelistic tracts, they are ai...
by Reading Acts on Aug 31, 2013

The New Perspective on Paul: Judaism as a Religion of Grace

There are a few battleground ideas and texts on which the New Perspective differs from the traditional view. First and foremost is the nature of Judaism in the first century. From the traditional perspective, Judaism was a legalistic religion which r...
by Reading Acts on Aug 30, 2013

The New Perspective on Paul: Did Paul Convert to Christianity?

Critics of the traditional view of Paul’s theology often note that Paul’s experience is described in terms of Augustine’s conversion or Luther’s struggle against the Roman church. Both men found their experience parallel to Paul’s and medit...
by Reading Acts on Aug 29, 2013

F. F. Bruce on Paul’s Conversion

This series on the New Perspective on Paul has generated several conversations (online and in real life). I was chatting about F. F. Bruce with a colleague today and he asked me if F. F. Bruce could be considered “New Perspective.” My initial th...
by Reading Acts on Aug 29, 2013

The New Perspective on Paul: What Was the Old Perspective?

Before examining the challenge of the new Perspective on Paul, it is important to have some understanding of what the traditional on Paul view is. At the foundation of Sanders’ critique of the standard view of Paul is that Luther read Paul through...
by Reading Acts on Aug 28, 2013

Noel Kingsbury: The Ghost in the Machine

Thoughts on Noel Kingsbury's contribution and a review of his latest book with Piet OudolfNoel Kingsbury is the great chronicler of contemporary planting design.  Kingsbury has been involved in over twenty books spanning the last two decades, mo...
by green garden on Aug 27, 2013


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