Daily Archives: January 26, 2012

Pipe Smoking and Sherlock Holmes

However, no matter which Sherlock Holmes we are discussing, whether he be portrayed by Robert Downey, Jr., Jeremy Brett, Basil Rathbone, Benedict Cumberbatch, or even if he is simply a character on a page, we can be sure that he … Continue reading

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Postmillennialism is like…

…the ransacking of the Witch’s fortress in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe: The whole castle stood empty with every door and window open and the light and the sweet spring air flooding in to all the dark and … Continue reading

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Peter Enns Meets Peter Leithart

Here is Leithart’s first response to Enn’s egregious conclusions: I suspect it’s not the similarities of the texts that lead Pete to his conclusions, but the scientific evidence. {here is his second response}

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The Extinction of Protestant Music

Ian Hodge provides an insightful survey of the Protestant musical landscape, and he finds a culprit:  The Pietists significantly influenced theology which, in turn, led to a change in music, both inside and outside the church. Jaroslav Pelikan, in his … Continue reading

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