Archive | July, 2006

Economic Activity in Trinidad and Tobago Seen as "Robust"

Washington — Economic activity in Trinidad and Tobago remains robust and is set to accelerate further in 2006, reports the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Read the rest of Economic Activity in Trinidad and Tobago Seen as “Robust”.

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eBible.com invites

!(>http://www.ebible.com/images/logo_bible.gif (eBible.com logo)! Recently someone offered me an invite to eBible.com: bq. A new approach to the Bible. Easy to use, understand and share the goodness. It’s pretty cool and has some decent resources… although to get the good ones you have to pay. It won’t be replacing Libronix DLS for my primary Bible study […]

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Eminent Christians: Isaac Watts

Coming in at #11 on Dr. Haykin’s Eminent Christians list is “the Father of English Hymnody,” Isaac Watts. Dr. Haykin notes: Pick almost any recent hymnal, look in the index that lists the authors of the hymns, and the name “Isaac Watts” will usually have a long list of hymns beside it. During his life, […]

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Misquoting Jesus : The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why

Misquoting Jesus : The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why

Misquoting Jesus : The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why by Bart D. Ehrman I didn’t think I would see the day that a book on textual criticism made it onto the New York Times bestseller list. While I somewhat enjoyed studying textual criticism in seminary, I knew that not many students did. […]

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Oliver Hart on Theological Education

Found on Historia ecclesiastica: OLIVER HART ON THE NECESSITY OF THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION bq.. “Pillars are ornamental to a building; for which end they are hewn, planed, painted and varnished. None need be informed how much an able and faithful ministry adds to the beauty, as well as strength of the church. For this purpose they […]

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Theocentric Preaching

Daryl Dash has begun a new blog about preaching called Theocentric Preaching. It actually began with a series of posts on Daryl’s blog, some of which (Theocentric premise one: The Bible is not a book about you… Theocentric premise two: The Bible has a story line… and Theocentric premise three: The text has a point) […]

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Oil worker in island kidnap drama

A British oil rig worker made a dramatic escape from armed kidnappers in Trinidad, jumping 100ft from a window and breaking his foot. Read the rest of the BBC NEWS story.

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