Friday, October 14

Round the Sphere Again

  • This week's Christian Carnival can be found at Random Acts of Verbiage. Hop on over there right now and read up.

  • What's the best way to translate hilasmos (propitiation)? And what does propitiation mean anyway? Better Bibles Blog discusses this issue.

  • This one's not a blog post, but it's good anyway, and although it's not written in the past week, I found it in the past week: James White has a short and useful Guide to Biblical Interpretation.

  • The Constructive Curmudgeon posted thoughts on The Crucifixion.

  • Al Mohler's just finished a series on Apologetics in a Postmodern Age: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.

  • Amy humbly points out one more reason to love the study of theology.

  • In the weird search query category, there's one on the proper usage of mayonaise. I have to admit that I'm not really up on salad dressing etiquette, but I do think it's more correct to use two ns in mayonnaise.

  • Scott adds to his ever bulging statistician humour file.

  • I wonder what a statistician would have to say about this? Hat tip to Postscript Posthaste.
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