Today we continue a mini-series on the philosophy of doing history. In the next few days we will take a … Continue reading The “New” Historicism
Today we begin a mini-series on the philosophy of doing history. In the next few days we will take a … Continue reading The Epistemological Foundations of History: Bloch and Carr’s Philosophy of History Compared
Today we celebrate (mourn, think about, reflect upon, take your pick) the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. With this … Continue reading Was the Reformation a Mistake?
In the 1550’s Geneva witnessed an influx of French refugees into the city. William Naphy has argued that this influx, … Continue reading How John Calvin Dealt with Refugees and the Poor
The following is a lighthearted (and facetious), but historically realistic, job opening advertisement for a pastoral position in Calvin’s Geneva. Position Focus: … Continue reading Pastoral Position Opening: Minister of Word and Sacrament in Geneva
Pentecostal Outpourings! That definitely doesn’t sound like the title of a book which has a major emphasis on the puritans … Continue reading Pentecostal Outpourings: Revival and the Reformed Tradition
On March 9th at 3:22pm my beautiful baby daughter was born! Her mom – my wife – started getting contractions … Continue reading I’m a Father!