Day Bidet #20

Seven days, seven links:

  1. “These kids are God’s creation that have souls and lives and hearts that need to be filled.”
  2. Fake News Wikipedia. Fake Wikipedia. Fake Wikipedia.
  3. “What the Samaritan did in in Jesus’s story of Lk 10.34-35 is inspired by the the witness of the Scriptures he was raised on in 2 Chronicles 28.15ff.”
  4. Anti-war Progressives (including many Progressive Christians) seem not to have noticed that Donald Trump is arguably the most anti-war president in a century. (Related. Related. Related. Related. Related.)
  5. “There are numerous parallels between David and his divine descendant.”
  6. “This is what remembrance is about – the good and the bad.”
  7. “Romans 9-11 isn’t a mysterious detour at all, but a key and central part of Paul’s pastoral goal to address the Jew/Gentile conflict in the church.”

More:

“If our society needs the truth about important things, such as how to make people click on ads, good honest statistics will be allowed to happen sometimes. But if we want to figure out whether a drug has a positive cost benefit for one’s health—forget about it.” (Related.)

“Jesus is thus shown to be faithful to the stipulations of the Torah in spite of an infraction of the command not to touch.”

Chinese propaganda. (Related. Related.)

“What did ‘adoption’ mean to the Romans?”

Clown World. Clown World. Clown World. Clown World. Clown World. Clown World. Clown World.

“The only way for us to really show the world that Christians are really nice people and don’t want to put kids in cages and stuff is to vote in ancient Canaanite god Moloch.”

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