Daily Archives: May 25, 2018

An Introduction To The Apostolic Fathers:  Part Two (Writings)

What writings are part of the Apostolic Fathers and how should we organize them.  There are several ways that we can approach this question, and I would like to begin by introducing the works of the Apostolic Fathers we will … Continue reading

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An Imaginary Failed Book Proposal Conversation About The Didache

I’m glad you were interested in talking with me about the book proposal my congregation’s leadership team had come up with.  I understand that you’re a busy publisher and I did not want to waste your time with a book … Continue reading

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A Fair Homiletic Standard

When we deal with 2 Clement as a sermon, or at least as the text of a sermon that was likely preserved by an appreciative congregation of Hellenistic Christians in Corinth, it is of the utmost importance that we have … Continue reading

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Book Review: Peeling The Onion

Peeling The Onion, by Günter Grass In reading this book, I found a lot of similarities with the memoir of Vladimir Nabokov that I had read some time ago [1].  There are a lot of similarities between the two men.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cat And Mouse

Cat And Mouse, by Günter Grass I have some mixed thoughts on this book, but at the same time it is a book that I found to be very striking and touching in many ways.  The author won a Nobel … Continue reading

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