- Anabaptist: Hubmaier’s “A Form For Christ’s Supper” (1527) Part I -- "Balthasar Hubmaier (circa 1480–1528) was the most highly trained of Anabaptist theologians. He matriculated under Johannes Eck at the University of Freiburg and then assumed his mentor’s chair in biblical studies in 1510."
- Are Longhorns Short-Timers? -- "The fabled breed of cattle is listed as critically endangered."
- Bartley: The Fulton Convention -- "...outside of the Fulton church, not one of those engaged in that work was an authorized messenger of his home church, but all were mere volunteers..."
- Bible Museum says five of its Dead Sea Scrolls are fake -- "...scholars say the Dead Sea forgeries could be part of the most significant sham in biblical archeology since the "Gospel of Jesus' Wife," a fiasco that hoodwinked a Harvard scholar and made worldwide news in 2012."
- Bomb scare interrupts worship at historically black church in Virginia -- "A historic African-American Baptist church in Alexandria, Virginia, received a bomb threat during a Saturday evening worship service, one week after 11 Jewish worshippers were gunned down at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania."
- Christian, What Do You Believe? Probably a Heresy About Jesus, Says Survey -- "Jesus was the first and greatest being created by God the Father (78%)"
- Church once led by Herschel Hobbs calls first female pastor -- "After a decade as minister for young adults at the historic First Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, the Rev. Sarah Stewart has been promoted to senior pastor."
- Go Up to the Pulpit the Same Way You Come Down -- "The pulpit is a dangerous place."
- Man Dies 8 Years After Swallowing a Live Slug That Left Him Paralyzed -- "Eating raw or undercooked slugs can lead to infection by a parasitic nematode called Angiostrongylus cantonensis, or rat lungworm."
- Thomas Jefferson and John Adams Explain Why Muslims Turn to Terrorism -- "The first countries to declare war on the newly formed United States were the Muslim Barbary States of North Africa."
- World War I at the Doorstep of Texas -- "If Mexico attacked the United States, they reasoned, American troops would thus be sent to fight Mexico instead of to Europe. If the effort was successful, Germany promised Mexico it could reclaim Texas, New Mexico and Arizona."
Monday, November 12, 2018
Hubmaier, and other links
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