To anyone who has the January 2007 issue of F&P: would you please list the article titles and their authors? I suspect my issue arrived at our old address in Dallas, TX, sometime after we moved. I’m trying to determine whether I’m interested in trying to get another copy sent out or not. Thanks!
For all those interested, Denver Seminary in Littleton, CO. will be hosting the Rocky Mountain~Great Plains Regional meeting this upcoming March 28-29. For more information go to http://moses.creighton.edu/aar/index.html. The schools in the following diagram are expected to be participating in the conference.
This is a really cool video that I came across. If you have never been to an Orthodox church, this will provide you with a glimpse into the liturgy and practices of church. It is a very beautiful video, regardless of whether or not you are Orthodox. Enjoy!
This is a really awesome learning tool called ivocab which helps you learn Biblical Greek* through visual and auditory learning. You can use this with a # of the current Greek textbooks out there right now (Basics of Biblical Greek, The Elements of New Testament Greek, etc.). To learn more, go to the following website:
*I believe that you can buy a similar Hebrew aid as well.
Richard Bauckham is no longer coming to speak at Denver Seminary November 12 & 13th. But, just in case you were wondering who he is, Dr. Bauckham is a New Testament scholar and professor of New Testament studies at St. Mary’s College, University of St. Andrews, Scotland. He has published widely in theology, historical theology and New Testament. He is currently working on New Testament Christology and the Gospel of John.
Here are some books that have helped me this summer in my quest to better understand the nature of the church, its history, contemporary Evangelicalism, and even the Catholic Church:
The History of the Church by Eusebius
Evangelical Is Not Enough: Worship of God in Liturgy and Sacrament by Thomas Howard
In the past 1 1/2 years I have been on a journey towards a more traditional, liturgical community of worship. It all began when I read Simply Christian by New Testament Scholar and Bishop of Durham, N.T. Wright. I enjoyed the read and I had heard much concerning Wright’s scholarship. But why was he, a Protestant, called a “Bishop,” and why did I always see him wearing “Catholic” garb in his pictures? Since then, I have been on a journey to better understand, particularly, the history and theology of Anglicanism and more generally, the nature and history of “the church.”
As of late, my wife and I have been attending an AMIA church known as Wellspring Anglican Church. We have been blessed by our time there and are in the beginning phases of becoming involved in the church. Read the rest of this entry »