Month: January 2022


ACNA College of Bishops and C4SO

It turns out that my suspicions about the lack of a press release from the College of Bishops meeting were correct. Anglican Unscripted reported on this over the weekend. Among other things, they said: There are rumors that some churches within C4SO no longer want to be associated with ACNA. Ten to twelve C4SO churches […]


The Expositor’s Greek Testament

The Expositor’s Greek Testament is one of my favorite commentaries. I picked up a volume at a used store many years ago and had it rebound. Even though I can’t read Greek, I can make out the words with other helps and read the commentary. Volume 4 is available online for free here.


Moby Dick as an anti-Leviticus

My book club just read through Moby Dick, a fascinating novel that operates on many levels below the surface narrative of the hunt for a whale. James Jordan offers a unique take on the book which I wish someone would expand on and dig into further in an old newsletter. He writes: Ishmael is the […]


The End this Isn’t

Events like last Covid and reactions to it often spur on premillenial believers who think that things have never been this bad before and that the end is in sight. This is not new. James Moorhead mentions an encounter that Robert Willett had back in World War I: …he encountered an energetic man who explained […]

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