Daily Archives: July 25, 2008

Silence concerning Jephthah’s sacrifice…

John Currid says that the “author of Judges neither condemns or praises Jephthah’s acts.” If there is silence in the text, then why are so many scholars quick to assume Jephthah’s sacrifice of his daughter as a literal sacrifice of … Continue reading

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The Return of Jephthah

by Giovanni Pellegrini

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Nine Marks? How about two?

Kevin Johnson has a thoughtful critique of the Nine Marks phenomenon. This tends to confirm my thoughts on the emerging trend of many soteriologic calvinistic Baptistic churches to find common ground with southern Presbyterians. And the southern Presbyterians return the … Continue reading

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