Archive for April, 2013 New Encyclopedia

April 17, 2013 Leave a comment has announced the release of an online encyclopedia featuring 14,000 academic articles.

The 14,000 articles cover the people, places, events, and ideas from the Bible and Christian history. All of our articles are written using an approach we call Academic Collaborative Publishing:

  • It is academic in that we are concerned with high-quality information written by highly-qualified people.
  • It is collaborative in that it represents the work of thousands of people.
  • It is publishing in that our desire is to share our knowledge with one another.

These are thousands of professionally-written, professionally-edited articles you can trust. We will be instituting an editing policy, but one that guarantees its ongoing accuracy.

We also appended the contents of two qualified public domain resources to many of the articles, including the first edition of ISBE (International Standard Bible Encyclopedia). Our goal is for authoritative people to merge all the content of an article, and if necessary update its contents.

They also have a number of good audio classes that I listened to years ago (including some from Ronald Nash)

Categories: theology

Review of TDBCT & Interview

April 16, 2013 3 comments

The Reformed Forum did a very short review of The Distinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology. My comments can be found on that page.

Also, the new blog aggregator The Confessing Baptist did a two part interview with Pascal Denault about the book. (Haven’t had time to listen yet)

Categories: 1689 federalism, General

Mosaic Health in Orange

April 9, 2013 2 comments

To those of you in the city of Orange, meet Lucas:

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Rich Mullins Tuesdays

April 9, 2013 1 comment

We’ve missed a few weeks, but

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