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Athanasius Against the Arians PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 10 September 2015 11:12

Here are sections 1-19, Book 1, of Athanasius'  Orations against the Arians.

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Arius and Arianism PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 07 September 2015 07:44

Doctrine of God students.  Here is the material to read for Wednesday.  Enjoy!

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More Hutchinson on Just and Unjust Laws PDF Print E-mail
Written by Brad Green   
Friday, 04 September 2015 14:09

Eric (with Cicero!) continues his discussion on the nature of law here.



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Laws Just and Unjust PDF Print E-mail
Written by Brad Green   
Thursday, 03 September 2015 09:27

Hopefully, in light of the situation in Kentucky--where a clerk refuses to grant a marriage license to homosexual couples--there will be meaningful discussion of the nature of law, and what makes a law just or unjust.

Eric Hutchinson has an essay on this over at "The Calvinist International" (a great site).



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Melanchthon on the Languages and the Gospel PDF Print E-mail
Written by Brad Green   
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 09:34

In his Ratio discendi (1522) Melanchthon makes the case for the importance of studying the languages.  He writes:

"You must know that languages and literature are from heaven.  When in former times the Gospel had to be spread over the whole world, the apostles received the gift of tongues.  The same obtains today: the Gospel is reborn and, simultaneously, the study of languages is restored and with its help we learn the Gospel. . . .  Eloquence was once dead.  Now that God has restored it to life, we must guard the divine gift in every way" (Rummel, 145).



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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 02 September 2015 09:35 )
 
Melanchthon on the Humanities and Theology PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 02 September 2015 09:25

In Erika Rummel's The Humanist-Scholastic Debate in the Renaissance and Reformation, we read this from Melanchthon, who is discussing the nature of education, and the role of humane studies:

"If the humanities have not been taught, what kind of theologians will we create?"  Melanchton then says: "but I know how much to attribute to the humanities, lest anyone think I am detracting anything from the Holy Spirit here" (Rummel, 144).



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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 02 September 2015 09:29 )
 
Calvin on the Eschatological Trajectory of Creation PDF Print E-mail
Written by Brad Green   
Wednesday, 02 September 2015 08:46

In his short piece, Simon Kennedy discovers a helpful quote from Calvin on the nature of creation, and its eschatological trajectory.



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Luther and Languages PDF Print E-mail
Written by Brad Green   
Tuesday, 01 September 2015 21:51

One more reason to like Luther:

Luther recommends that a good library contain: "Holy Scripture in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, German, and in whatever other languages it may be available.  Then there should be the best and oldest commentaries, if I could find them, in Greek, Hebrew and Latin.  Then books that aid us in acquiring the languages."

(quoted in Erika Rummel, The Humanist-Scholastic Debate, 115).



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