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  • Euthanasia piece on The Punch
    on Sep 26, 2010
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  • Are Sydney Anglicans Fundamentalists? Muriel Porter thinks so
    on Sep 22, 2010
    The critics of Sydney of course continue to use the term 'fundamentalist' as a pejorative against them. One such very recent example is Muriel Porter’s book The New Puritans – The Rise of Fundamentalism in the Anglican Church. Make no mistake: Po...
  • Homo adorans: Eight theses liable to contradiction...
    on Sep 20, 2010
    1. ‘Men of Athens – I can see that in every way you are very religious’ (Acts 17). Religiosity is natural for human beings – a phenomenological observation and a theological one. Man is by natural disposition a worshipper. The trick is to wor...
  • George Athas' notes on my 1 Corinthians paper
    on Sep 16, 2010
    http://withmeagrepowers.wordpress.com/2010/09/16/apocalyptic-and-ethical-in-1-corinthians/...
  • David Peterson - 'Enriched in every way': Gifts and Ministries in 1 Corinthians
    on Sep 15, 2010
    The first four chapters of 1 Corinthians provide a very important basis for the discussion of ministry and gifts in 1 Corinthians. It is a substantial theme!Paul starts by noting how the Corinthians were enriched in grace and in knowledge - by the Ho...
  • Matthew Malcolm - The glory of God in 1 Corinthians
    on Sep 15, 2010
    Matthew determines to read 1 Cor with the help of John Chrysostom.For Chrysostom: The Corinthians are effectively pursuing the glory of humans rather than the glory of God. Boastful pride is the cause of the evil among them. Orators who think of them...
  • Rosner on 1 Corinthians
    on Sep 14, 2010
    Brian Rosner opened the 2010 Moore School of Theology by presenting his (and his co-author Roy Ciampa's) thesis that 1 Corinthians is a unified and coherent letter - flying in the face of many recent views. Murphy-O'Connor for example writes:The sali...
  • Keith Condie on Barth on 1 Corinthians
    on Sep 14, 2010
    Keith Condie asks: why look at Barth? Because he was a great theologian and a great exegete too! How does he argue for the coherence of 1 Corinthians?1. The Resurrection of the Dead in historical contextBy the time of his first pastorate 1911 Barth w...
  • Bp Michael Nazir-Ali on The Unique and Universal Christ and Religious Pluralism
    on Sep 14, 2010
    Bishop Nazir-Ali's address was not directly on 1 Corinthians but addressed 'The Unique and Universal Christ and Religious Pluralism'. Paul's determination to know nothing but Christ and him crucified is a model for us today.The plural culture in whic...
  • Roy Ciampa - Sexual Ethics in 1 Corinthians
    on Sep 14, 2010
    Sex & the City of Corinth: Sexual Ethics in 1 CorinthiansPaul is a 'task' theologian - this is not an abstract piece of ethical reasoning. His focus in 1 Cor 5-7 is the problem of porneia and what to do about it (or, not do!).What's going on in C...
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