An hour-long lecture by Theodore P. Letis on the career of Edward F. Hills, text critic.
An instructive, hour-long lecture on the history of textual criticism by Theodore P. Letis.
A half-hour lecture by Theodore P. Letis on some Bible history.
A Moby Dick sermon: [The pulpit’s] panelled front was in the likeness of a ship’s bluff bows, and the Holy Bible rested on a projecting piece of scroll work, fashioned …
As recorded by Josephus in his Works. Titus’ speech to those remaining forces and people in Jerusalem, following the burning of the temple. “I hope you, sirs, are now satiated …
Because it was the good pleasure of God to crush Jerusalem, not even the goodwill of Titus would dissuade the tyrants who ruled therein. “Have not you, vile wretches that …
But since he hath determined that death is to come of necessity upon all men, a sword is a better instrument for that purpose than any disease whatsoever.
When an atheist tries to challenge a thinking Christian…a can of Bahnsen gets opened.
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