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What I Read Online – 09/24/2012 (p.m.)

25 Sep
    • Francis Watson of the University of Durham has provided a six-page analysis (PDF) of the Coptic fragment which seems to say Jesus was married. This is the most in-depth examination I have seen yet. Professor Watson concludes that

       

      The text has been constructed out of small pieces – words or phrases – culled mostly from the Coptic Gospel of Thomas (GTh), Sayings 101 and 114, and set in new contexts.

       

      This is most probably the compositional procedure of a modern author who is not a native speaker of Coptic.

    • Check out the following video featuring our own Carl Trueman, as well as James White and Phil Johnson, discussing the danger of compromise on Trinitarianism. They also touch on the prosperity gospel, mega-church ministry, Whitney Houston’s funeral, and the reasons going bald might actually be a good thing.
    • When I hear an essentially law-driven sermon, asking the law to do what only the grace of Jesus Christ can accomplish, I am immediately concerned about the preacher

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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