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A Woman’s Response to Rachel Held Evans’ "A Year of Biblical Womanhood" – Index

February 6, 2013

Obviously, my dear readers know perfectly well that I’m not a woman. Nevertheless, a woman who will remain anonymous (at least, that’s the plan) to my dear readers kindly volunteered to write a response to Rachel Held Evans’ “A Year in Biblical Womanhood.” I edited this response and posted it to this blog in installments. The following serves as an index to those responses.

Introduction Section
October/November
December/January
February/March
April/May
June/July
August/September

-TurretinFan

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Bonaventure in English – Index

August 17, 2011

I cannot fully recommend the works of Bonavanture, sometimes referred to as “the Seraphic Doctor.” Some people have speculated that Bonaventure serves as one of the links between Augustine and Calvin in terms of Calvin’s doctrines of grace. I have not found very many English translations of Bonaventure’s works, and only one English biography of Bonaventure, at least among those works that are freely available. I would be delighted to expand the index below, or to revise it if some of the works are pseudo-Bonaventure (he was popular enough that there are a substantial number of pseudographic works bearing his name).

Therefore, please don’t think that the following is an exhaustive list of his works, or even a list of his works that has been thoroughly checked to confirm authenticity of authorship. Likewise, I cannot fully endorse the theology or liturgical practices of the 13th century Italian we know as Bonaventure.

Works

1) Christ: the One Master of All (English and Latin)

2) The Journey of the Mind into God (English and Latin) (English only txt alternative)(English only html alternative)

3) The Soliloquies of St. Bonaventure

  • Four Mental Exercises
    • How the soul by mental exercise ought to reflect the beams of contemplation to those things that are within her, that she may see (How formed by nature, deformed by sin, and reformed by grace)
    • How the soul by mental exercise ought to convert her contemplation to things external, that she may know (How unstable earthly wealth is, mutable worldly excellency is, and miserable worldly magnificence is)
    • How the soul by mental exercise ought to convert the beams of contemplation to things below her, that she may understand (The inevitable necessity of man’s death, the formidable authority of final judgment, and the intolerable pain of eternal punishment)
    • How the soul by mental exercise ought to convert the light of contemplation to those things that are above her, that she may know and understand (The inestimable value of celestial joy, the unspeakable delight, and the interminable eternity)
  • Treatise, “A Bundle of Myrrh,” concerning The Passion of Our Savior
    • Of our Lord’s praying in the garden, and of his taking
    • Of the mocking of him before Annas, and Caiaphas, and Peter denying him
    • Of his crowning and crucifying
    • Of the things which were done whilst Christ hanged on the cross, and of the giving up of his Spirit, Christ hanging on the Cross thirsteth
    • Of the things which were done after his death hanging yet on the Cross
    • Of the seven seals opened by the passion of Christ
    • Of the resurrection, ascension, and sending of the Holy Ghost

4) The Life of Saint Francis (copy 1)(copy 2)(copy 3)

  • Of the manner of life in the secular state
  • Of his perfect conversion to God, and of the repairing of the three churches
  • Of the founding of his religion, and sanction of the rule
  • Of the advancement of the order under his hand, and of the confirmation of the rule already sanctioned
  • Of the austerity of his life, and of how all created things afforded him comfort
  • Of his humility and obedience, and of the divine condescensions shewn unto him at will
  • Of his love for poverty, and of the wondrous supplying of his needs
  • Of the kindly impulses of his piety, and of how the creatures lacking understanding seemd to be made subject unto him
  • Of his ardent love, and yearning for martyrdom
  • Of his zeal and efficacy in prayer
  • Of his understanding of the Scriptures, and of his spirit of prophecy
  • Of the efficacy of his preaching, and of his gift of healing
  • Of his sufferings and death
  • Of his canonisation, and the translation of his body
  • Miracles wrought after his death
  • Concerning the power of the sacred stigmata
  • Of the dead that were raised
  • Of them that he delivered from the peril of death
  • Of them that were saved from shipwreck
  • Of them that he set free from bonds and imprisonment
  • Of them that were delivered from the perils of childbirth
  • Of the blind that received sight
  • Of them that were delivered from divers diseases
  • Of them that did not observe his feast, and that failed in reverance toward the saint
  • Of certain other miracles of divers kinds

5) The Mirror of the Life of Christ (version in 15th century English); The Life of Christ (modern English); Life of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ (alternative modern English)

  • I. The Angels intercede for Man’s redemption. 11
  • II. The Life of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and her seven petitions to God. 17
  • III. The Incarnation of Christ, and the angelical salutation of the Blessed Virgin . . . .22
  • IV. Our blessed Lady visits her cousin St. Elizabeth, in whose house the Magnificat and Benedictut were composed 30
  • V. St. Joseph thinks of dismissing the Blessed Virgin, and Goil suffers his beloved to be afflicted 35
  • VI. The Nativity of Jesus Christ 41
  • VII. The Circumcision of our Lord Jesus Christ . . 54
  • VIII. The Epiphany, or manifestation of our Lord Jesus 59
  • IX. The Blessed Virgin remains at the crib at Bethlehem, till the full term of forty days is expired 69
  • X. The Purification of our blessed Lady, or Candlemas-day . 71
  • XI. Christ’s flight into Egypt 76
  • XII. Our Lord’s return from Egypt . . . .89
  • XIII. Our Lord remains at Jerusalem . . . .95
  • XIV. Our Lord’s life from his twelfth to his thirtieth year 103
  • XV. The Baptism of our Lord Jesus Christ . . . 113
  • XVI. The fast and temptation of Christ; his return to his mother; the four means to attain to a perfect purity of heart: the great advantages of prayer; the resistance to be made to gluttony:
  • why, and for whom God works his miracles . 129
  • XVII. Christ opens the book in the synagogue . . 138
  • XVIII. He calls his disciples 141
  • XIX. The conversion of water into wine at the marriage-feast 143
  • XX. The sermon of our Lord on the mount, which he begins by poverty 151
  • XXI. The servant of the centurion and the son of the prince cured 155
  • XXII The paralytic brought in to our Lord by the housetop and cured ….. . 157
  • XXIII. Our Lord cures Simon’s mother-in law . . . 159
  • XXIV. Our Lord sleeps in the boat 100
  • XXV. The widow’s son raised by our Lord . . . 161
  • XXVI. Our Lord raises a girl from the dead, and cures Martha …’…. 161
  • XXVII. The conversion of Magdalen, and other things . 163
  • XXVIII. John sends his disciples to Jesus . . . .166
  • XXIX. The death of St. John the Baptist . . . .170
  • XXX. The conference our Lord had with the Samaritan woman, as he sat, being faint arid wearied, by the side of the well to rest himself . . . 175
  • XXXI. The disciples of our Lord pluck ears of corn and eat them, through hunger, on the Sabbath . 178
  • XXXII. The Jews having driven our Lord Jesus out of the city to the top of a steep mountain, endeavor to throw him down thence 184
  • XXXIII- The man with a withered hand cured by our Lord Jesus 184
  • XXXIV. The multiplication of the loaves, and how our Lord provides for those who truly love him . 188
  • XXXV. Our Lord’s flight when they would have made him king; and against worldly honors in general . 191
  • XXXVI. Our Lord prays on the mount ; and descending walks on the waters; some reflections on prayer 200
  • XXXVII. Christ relieves the daughter of the woman of Canaan who was possessed with the devil; our guardian angels faithfully assist us . . 214
  • XXXVIII. The Pharisees and others scandalized at the words of our Lord …… 219
  • XXXIX. The reward promised by our Lord to those who for sake all for him 220
  • XL. Our Lord Jesus asks his disciples what the Jews say of him 323
  • XLI. The glorious transfiguration of our Lord Jesus on Mount Tabor 224
  • XLII. Our Lord casts the buyers and sellers out of the temple 227
  • XLIII. The sick man who was healed at the water in Jerusalem, called Probatica Piscina …. 229
  • XLIV. Our Lord Jesus received by the two sisters, Mary and Martha; and of the two sorts of lives signified thereby 233
  • XLV. Our Lord warns the Jews that the church shall devolve on the Gentiles, in the parable of the husbandmen who killed the son of their Lord . 236
  • XLVI. The Jews seek to ensnare our Lord by his own words 237
  • XLVII. The blind man restored to sight at Jericho!; etc. . 238
  • XLVIII. Our Lord goes into the house of Zacheus . . 241
  • XLIX. Christ gives sight to the man born blind . . 242
  • L. Our Lord retreats from the temple to hide himself, when the Jews would have stoned him . . 245
  • LI. The Jews seek a second time to stone him . . 245
  • LII. The raising of Lazarus 249
  • LIII. Christ curses the fig-tree 252
  • LIV. The woman detected in adultery …. 253
  • LV. The conspiracy of the Jews against Christ, and his flight into the city of Ephraim …. 254
  • LVI. Our Lord’s return to Bethania, where Mary Magdalen anoints his feet 257
  • LVII. Our Lord Jesus comes to Jerusalem on Palm Sunday riding on an ass 260
  • LVIII. What our Lord Jesus did from Palm Sunday to the following Thursday 264
  • LIX. Our Lord’s supper the night before his passion, and circumstances relating to it . . . . 268
  • LX. The Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ, and his prayer in the garden 279
  • LXI. Our Lord Jesus betrayed by Judas …. 286
  • LXII. Our blessed Lord is carried before Pilate, scourged at the pillar, and crowned with thorns . . 291
  • LXIII. Our Lord is condemned to suffer a cruel death on the cross, and compelled to carry the same to Mount Calvary 299
  • LXIV. Our Lord Jesus Christ is nailed to the cross . . 306
  • LXV. The words which our Lord spoke while hanging upon the cross: he yields up his spirit . . 310
  • LXVI. The opening of our blessed Saviour’s side with a spear 313
  • LXVII. The descent of our Lord from the cross . . . 316
  • LXVIII. The embalming and burial of our Lord’s body . 319
  • LXIX. Our blessed Lady’s departure from the sepulchre, and return to Mount Sion , 324
  • LXX. A meditation on our blessed Lady’s conversation with her devout companions …. 837
  • LXXI. Our Lord Jesus descends into the Limbo of the Fathers 330
  • LXXII. The glorious resurrection of our Lord Jesus, and his appearance first to his mother …. 343
  • LXXIII. The coming of the three Marys to the sepulchre, etc 844
  • LXXIV. Our Lord’s appearance to the holy women . . 845
  • LXXV. Our Lord’s appearance to Joseph, to James the less, and to Peter 340
  • LXXVI. Christ returns to the holy Fathers after his resurrection 850
  • LXXVII. Christ appears to the two disciples going to Emmaus 352
  • LXXVIII. Our Lord appears to the disciples who were shut up on the day of the resurrection …. 354
  • LXXIX. Our Lord appears to the disciples on the octave of Easter, when St. Thomas was with them . . 356
  • LXXX. Our Lord appears to his disciples in Galilee . . 359
  • LXXXI. He appears to them again near the sea of Tiberias 360
  • LXXXII. Our Lord appears to more than five hundred disciples together; some remarks relating to his apparitions in general 363
  • LXXXIII. The glorious ascension of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ 365
  • LXXXIV. The coming of the Holy Ghost . . . .876
  • APPENDIX.
  • Rhythmical Prayer to the Sacred Members of Jesus hanging upon the Cross. By St. Bernard 370

6) Prayer of Saint Bonaventure

Biography

Saint Bonaventure: the seraphic doctor, minister-general of the Franciscan Order, Cardinal Bishop of Albano (first copy)(second copy)(third copy)

-TurretinFan

St. Bernard of Clairvaux – Index

June 8, 2011

This is an index of the works of St. Bernard of Clairvaux, one of the most significant medieval theologians (A.D. 1090 – 1153). Of course, this is just an index of the works I know of, and is – in that sense – a work in progress. If you become aware of other works that I could add to the index, please let me know.

Biography

Life and times of Saint Bernard abbot of Clairvaux

Works in English
Life and works of Saint Bernard, Abbot of Clairvaux
Volume 1

  • Preface to English Edition (pp. vii-xvi)
  • General Preface (p. 1)
  • Bernardine Chronology (p. 76)
  • List with Dates of S. Bernard’s Letters (p. 91)
  • Letters 1 – 145 (p. 107)

Volume 2

  • Note on the Seal of S. Bernard (p. 457)
  • Description of the Position and Site of the Abbey of Clairvaux (p. 460)
  • Letters 146 – 189 (p. 468)
  • Note to the Following Treatise (i.e. the treatise against the Errors of Abelard) (p. 549)
  • Letters 190 – 380 (p. 565)

Some letters of Saint Bernard, abbot of Clairvaux (First copy)(Second copy)
Letters (numbered 1-66, though I don’t know if they conform to the same numbering scheme above)

The treatise of St. Bernard, abbat of Clairvaux, concerning grace and free will, addressed to William, abbat of St. Thiery (First copy)(Second copy)

St. Bernard of Clairvaux’s Life of St. Malachy of Armagh (Copy 1)(Copy 2)

  • Life of St. Malachy (p. 1)
  • Letters of St. Bernard (letters 341, 356, 357, and 374)(p. 131)
  • Sermons of St. Bernard on the Passing of St. Malachy (p. 141)
  • Additional Notes (p. 161)

Saint Bernard On consideration

Saint Bernard : The twelve degrees of humility and pride

Saint Bernard on the love of God

Sermons of St. Bernard on Advent and Christmas
I. Advent

  1. Sermon on its Six Circumstances (p. 1)
  2. Sermon on the Words to Achaz, “Ask Thee a Sign,” etc. (p. 14)

II. On the “Missus Est”

  1. Praises of the Virgin-Mother (p. 23)
  2. The Mission of the Angels (p. 33)
  3. Colloquy of the Blessed Virgin and the Angel (p. 48)
  4. The Annunciation, and the Blessed Virgin’s Consent (p. 60)

III. On the Vigil of Our Lord’s Nativity

  1. On the Joy His Birth should Inspire (p. 73)
  2. On the Miraculous Nature of the Nativity (p. 81)
  3. On the Dispositions Required in Those who Celebrate the Feast (p. 89)

IV. On Our Lord’s Nativity

  1. The Fountains of the Saviour (p. 101)
  2. The Three Comminglings (p. 108)
  3. On the Place, Time, and other Circumstances (p. 115)
  4. On the Shepherds Finding Our Lord (p. 122)
  5. On the Words, “Blessed be the God and Father,” etc. (p. 126)

V. On the Circumcision (p. 135)
VI. On the Holy Name and Other Scriptural Titles of Our Lord (p. 141)
VII. On the Epiphany

  1. On “The Goodness and Kindness of Our Saviour hath Appeared” (p. 151)
  2. On “Go Forth, Ye Daughters of Jerusalem” (p. 157)
  3. On the Gifts of the Wise Men (p. 161)

Works in French

Oeuvres de Saint Bernard
Volume 1
Volume 2
Volume 3
Volume 4

Les plus beaux écrits de Saint Bernard

Works in Latin

Opera Omnia (see PL 182–185)
Volumes 1-2
… Volumes 3-4 not in Archive to my knowledge …
Volume 5

Opera Genuina
Volume 1 (via Google)(second copy)
Volume 2 (via Google)
Volume 3 (via Google)

-TurretinFan

William Albrecht (GNRHead) Index

April 19, 2011

Since I have done a dozen moderated live debates with Mr. William Albrecht (aka GNRHead), I figured it is time to create an index page for my interactions with him. The first section of the page documents the debates, both those on Marian Dogmas and Other Topics. The second section of the page documents the other interactions we’ve had – informal debates, discussions, or just Internet back-and-forth. Clicking on the name of the debate should direct you to an mp3 of that debate.

Formal Debates 
Marian Debates

  1. Assumption of Mary Debate
  2. Immaculate Conception Debate
  3. Mother of God Debate
  4. Perpetual Virginity Debate
  5. Veneration of Mary Debate (transcript)(main page)(Follow-Up Part 1)(Part 2)(Part 3)(Part 4)(Part 5)(Part 6)(Part 7)(Part 8)

Other Debates

  1. Latria-Dulia Debate (transcript)
  2. Veneration of Images Debate (main page – with follow-up)(further follow-up)
  3. Augustine Transubstantiation Debate
  4. Purgatory Debate
  5. Canon Debate (main page)(second main page)
  6. Papal Infallibility Debate (main page)
  7. Sola Scriptura and Unity Debate (main page)
  8. Sola Fide Debate (main page)

Discussions/Informal Debates
Augustine and the Eucharist

  1. Discussion Regarding Augustine and Eucharist (February 11, 2008)
  2. Response to Albrecht’s Discussion of His Call to Dr. White’s Program (November 18, 2008) (Debate Challenge Received)
  3. Addressing Typos in Dr. White’s Discussion of Augustine and the Real Presence (February 23, 2009)
  4. Augustine vs. Albrecht on the Real Presence (February 25, 2009)
  5. Augustine vs. Albrecht Again (April 23, 2009)
  6. Augustine, Metaphor, Bodily Presence (May 20, 2009)

Alleged Athanasius Quotation
Misquoting Athanasius (February 27, 2009) (First Follow-Up)(Second Follow-Up)(Third Follow-Up)(Index Page for Discussion of Athanasius Misquotation)(Yet Another Steve Ray Patristic Error)

Cardinal Cajetan and the Canon

  1. Cajetan and the Canon (May 22, 2009)
  2. Albrecht vs. Cajetan – Round 2 (June 10, 2009)

Limited Atonement

  1. Limited Atonement (May 26, 2009)
  2. Limited Atonement Defended (June 13, 2009)
  3. The New Mass Translation (June 3, 2010)

>Mansi and Coleti — Sacrorum conciliorum nova et amplissima collectio. (Index)

October 12, 2010

>The Sacrorum Conciliorum Nova et Amplissima Collectio of Gian (Giovanni) Domenico Mansi and Nicola Coleti is a multi-volume collection of documents related to church councils. Gallica turned out to have a nearly complete collection. There is also a collection at Documenta Catholic Omnia (link to collection).

In looking for these volumes, I found the following:

Volume 1
Volume 2
Volume 3
Volume 4
Volume 5
Volume 6
Volume 7
Volume 8
Volume 9
Volume 10
Volume 11
Volume 12
Volume 13
Volume 14
Volume 15 (missing from both collections)
Volume 16
Volume 17, part 1
Volume 17, part 2
Volume 18, part 1
Volume 18, part 2
Volume 19
Volume 20
Volume 21
Volume 22
Volume 23
Volume 24
Volume 25
Volume 26
Volume 27
Volume 28
Volume 29
Volume 30
Volume 31, part 1
Volume 31, part 2
Volume 32
Volume 33 (Missing from both collections)
Volume 34
Volume 35
Volume 36, part 1
Volume 36, part 2
Volume 36, part 3
Volume 37
Volume 38
Volume 39
Volume 40
Volume 41
Volume 42
Volume 43
Volume 44
Volume 45
Volume 46
Volume 47
Volume 48
Volume 49, Vatican Council part 1
Volume 50, Vatican Council part 2, section 1
Volume 51 (missing from both collections)
Volume 52, Vatican Council, part 2, section 3 (section 2 per CDO)
Volume 53, Vatican Council, part 2, section 4 (section 3 per CDO)

I’m not sure what the story is behind the apparently missing volumes.

>Texts and Studies: Contributions to Biblical and Patristic Literature (Index)

October 7, 2010

>The following is an index of the on-line versions of Texts and Studies: Contributions to Biblical and Patristic Literature originally edited by Joseph Armitage Robinson. If you happen to come across additional on-line versions, please let me know. I’ve tried to capture all of Google/Archive’s viewable holdings, but there may be other volumes that escape my attention. I’m also not aware of any on-line index of the contents of all volumes. If anyone knows of that, please let me know, so I can update this index.

Volume 1 (all parts)(1891)(full view)(Archive)
– The Apology of Aristides on behalf of the Christians — Volume 1, Number 1 (first edition?) — Second edition (1893)(google?)(Archive)(Archive Copy 2) — (CCEL)
– The Passion of St. Perpetua — Volume 1, Number 2 (1891)(google?)(Archive)
– The Lord’s Prayer in the Early Church — Volume 1, Number 3 (1891)(full view)
– The Fragments of Heracleon — Volume 1, Number 4 (1891)(full view)

Volume 2 (all parts)(1893)(full view)(Archive)
– A Study of Codex Bezae
– The Testament of Abraham — Volume 2, Number 2 (1892)(google?)(Archive)
– Apocrypha Anecdota

Volume 3 (all parts)(1895)(google?)(Archive)
– The Rules of Tyconius — Volume 3, Number 1 (1894)(full view)(Archive)
– The Fourth Book of Ezra — Volume 3, Number 2 (1895)(full view)(Archive)
– Euthaliana

Volume 4 (all parts)(1896)(google?)(Archive)
– The Athanasian Creed and its early commentaries — Volume 4, Number 1 (1896)(full view)
– Coptic Apocryphal Gospels
– The Old Latin and the Italia — Volume 4, Number 3 (1896)(full view)

Volume 5 (all parts)(1899)(google?)(Archive)
– Apocrypha Anecdota II
– Clement of Alexandria: Quis Dives Salvetur — Volume 5, Number 2 (1897)(full view)
– The Hymn of the Soul — Volume 5, Number 3 (1897)(full view)
– Codex Purpureus Petropolitanus (N)
– Clement’s Biblical Text

Volume 6
The Lausiac History of Palladius — Volume 6, Number 1 (1898)(full view)

Volume 7
The Meaning of Homoousios in the “Constantinopolitan’ Creed — Volume 7, Number 1 (1901)(full view)(Archive)
S. Ephraim’s Quotations from the Gospel — Volume 7, Number 2 (1901)(full view)

Volume 8 (All parts) (1916)(full view)(Archive)
– The Liturgical Homilies of Narsai
– The Mishna on Idolatry `Aboda Zara — Volume 8, Number 2 (1911)(full view)(Archive)
– The Odes of Solomon — Volume 8, Number 3 (1912)(full view)(Archive)
– The So-called Egyptian Church Order and derived documents

Volume 9
Pelagius’s Expositions of Thirteen Epistles of St. Paul, Introduction — Volume 9, Number 1 (1926) (Full view)
Pelagius’s Expositions of Thirteen Epistles of St. Paul, III — Volume 9, Number ? (1926) (Snippet view)

Volume 10
The Explanatio Symboli and Initiandos Volume 10 — (1952) (snippet view)

Volume 11 and following
A Christian Palestinian Syriac Horologion — (1954)(snippet view)
Codex Climaci Rescriptus Graecus — (1956)(snippet view)
The Account of the Tabernacle — (1959)(snippet view)
The Sentences of Sextus — (1959)(snippet view)
The New Testament Text of Saint Ambrose — (1959) (snippet view)
The Turin Fragments of Tyconius’ Commentary on Revelation — (1963) (snippet view)
(1967)(snippet view)

"Debate" with Norman Geisler Regarding Ergun Caner – Index

July 22, 2010

Given the wide latitude that Dr. Norman Geisler has given Dr. Ergun Caner in using the word “debate,” I don’t think that Dr. Geisler can reasonably complain if I now claim to have “debated” Norman Geisler on the topic of Ergun Caner. It’s not a real debate, and I’m not claiming it is, but there was some interaction. Here’s an index of the interaction.

1) (Geisler) Norman Geisler’s Alleged Comments
2) (TurretinFan) Response to Norman Geisler’s Coments
3) (TurretinFan) When can We Expect our Apology?
4) (Geisler) Further Comments from Geisler
5) (TurretinFan) Dr. Norman Geisler Digs Himself a Deeper Hole
6) (Geisler) In Defense of Ergun Caner
7) (TurretinFan) Intro to Response to Geisler
8) (TurretinFan) Response to Geisler Regarding Caner Part 1
9) (TurretinFan) Response to Geisler Regarding Caner Part 2
10) (TurretinFan) Response to Geisler Regarding Caner Part 3
11) (TurretinFan) What Dr. Geisler Overlooked
12) (Geisler) In Further Defense of Ergun Caner
13) (TurretinFan) Rebutting Norman Geisler
14) (TurretinFan) Is Lying a Moral Issue?
15) (TurretinFan) Has Norman Geisler Acknowledged that Lying is a Moral/Ethical Issue?

Although, of course, there was a lot of work that went into this interaction with Norman Geisler (from both sides, I imagine), I think it would be unwise and misleading to go around saying that I “have debated Norman Geisler” (or for Dr. Geisler to say the same about me). That’s why I have “debate” in quotation marks in the title of this post.

-TurretinFan

One Year Until the End of the World

May 21, 2010

The subject of this post is the message I found in my inbox earlier today. The message reminded me that Harold Camping has, based on complex series of calculations, predicted judgment day to be May 21, 2011. I have already attempted to show a number of problems in Mr. Camping’s theology, and rather than rehash those problems, I’ll just provide links to the relevant posts below:

1) “Lucifer” and Angels’ Names

2) More not Less Church as the Day of the Lord Approaches

3) ISI Discussion Regarding Harold Camping

4) Four Hundred Thirty Years Series
a) Camping Jenga
b) How Then Four Hundred, Thirty Years?
c) From Seventy to More then a Million?
d) 430 Years from the Promise – A Response to Fred Butler

5) Camping and the Atonement

6) Surprising Wisdom from Harold Camping

I have no idea how many of Harold Camping’s listeners on the Family Radio network read this blog, or whether they will hear and listen to me before May 22, 2010.

– TurretinFan

Ergun Caner Index

May 18, 2010
  1. Ergun Caner Faith and Family Interviews (summary of issues found in three two-part interviews)
  2. California Christian Apologetics Conference 2006 (summary of issues found in the partial video Dr. White provided)
  3. Fallwell on Ergun Caner (Documents Fallwell’s impression of Ergun Caner)
  4. “Intellectual Pit Bull of the evangelical world” (Documents and questions Caner’s claim to have that nickname via the “national media.”)
  5. “Second Wife” vs. “Many Wives” or “Other Wives” (Documents Apparent Contradiction Regarding Ergun Caner’s Father’s number of wives)
  6. When was Emir Caner Disowned (Documents odd issue of when Emir Caner allegedly last saw his father before his final illness, compared to when Ergun last saw his father before his final illness.)
  7. Ergun Caner’s Odd Description of the Kaaba (Documents Ergun Caner making an odd statement that apparently conflates the Kaaba and the Black Stone)
  8. “Debated … Over Sixty Times” Claim Still on Liberty.edu (Documents lingering relic of Ergun Caner’s debating claims.)
  9. Dr. James White on Iron Sharpens Iron (Dr. White discusses the Caner saga)
  10. Ergun Caner’s Testimony – 28 Minute Video (Identifies a number of concerns regarding Dr. Caner’s video testimony)
  11. Caner’s Comments at Southwest Baptist Church – January 23, 2010 (Documents comments made by Dr. Caner in January 2010, regarding his autobiography)
  12. “An Ulima” and “Caliphats” Surrounding Caner’s Father (Documents two hard-to-explain Arabic errors in Caner’s comments)
  13. Ergun Caner – A Turkish Response (Documents a 2003 Turkish article reporting an interview with Ergun Caner.)
  14. Is there an Ergun Caner Failblog Entry? (Documents a wide spectrum of questionable, imprudent, or incorrect statements in a sermon presented at Calvary Chapel Old Bridge.)
  15. Ergun Caner and Pseudo-Arabic (Provides a video critique from Dr. White and Dr. White’s Arabic tutor, regarding Caner’s apparent attempt to use Arabic.)
  16. Pastor Lloyd Interviews Ergun Caner (Provides an identification of some issues presented in the interview.)
  17. Ergun Caner in Arabic-ish Gear (Provides a link to a humorous video in which Dr. Caner dresses like a genie. This is rendered a little less humorous by Caner’s claims to have dressed “different” as a child in Ohio.)
  18. Ergun Caner Awards (Caner doesn’t claim a lot of awards. This post aims to document/confirm those that can be confirmed.)
  19. Curious Caner Tidbits (Discusses selections extracted from Caner’s books)
  20. Jerry Tackett Speaks? (Discusses comment allegedly from Jerry Tackett, the man who was influential in bringing Caner to Christ, according to many of Caner’s testimonies)
  21. Caner Brothers – Raised by their Grandma (Discusses Caner’s comments regarding being raised by his grandmother)
  22. Dr. Caner’s Books (Discusses the Books that Caner has been affiliated with)
  23. Dr. Caner’s Qualifications (Discusses Caner’s experience as an author/pastor.)
  24. Turkey, Many Wives, and Many Half-brothers and -sisters (Discussion of sermon, “Don’t Mess with the Book” documenting a number of questionable statements)
  25. Early Testimonies of the Caners – 2002 (Provides evidence of what the testimonies of the Caner brothers began to be in the year following 9/11)
  26. Haram Koran Handling (Examines the issue of Caner’s father’s devotion to Islam from one very particular angle.)
  27. Dr. Caner’s Testimony before 9/11 (Provides Evidence of Testimony Attributed to Caner before 9/11)
  28. Caner’s Old Biography Photos (Photos Previously Posted by Dr. Caner, with some criticism of their use by Dr. Caner)
  29. Ergun Caner’s ThD Thesis / Dissertation (Supporting Evidence for Dr. Caner’s claim to be a “Dr.”)
  30. The Credentials Issue (Summarizing the Relevant Evidence)
  31. Ergun Caner on the Pastor’s Perspective Compared to Other Testimonies/Evidence (Analysis of a number of the issues that arise when comparing Dr. Caner’s testimony among multiple sources)
  32. One of Myriad Little Details – The Toledo Mosque (Including some analysis of a troubling, seemingly minor inconsistency.)
  33. Ergun Caner’s Middle Name is What? (Including links to all known pre-9/11 Internet references to Dr. Caner.)
  34. Caner’s Autobiography (video evidence unfortunately seems to be dead)
  35. Caner’s Autobiography Per the AP (includes one additional photo)
  36. Who is Dr. Ergun Caner? (the most popular Caner-related post, no doubt due to the photos)
  37. Ergun Caner, Sri Lanka, and an Embellished Autobiography (illustrating some of the issues raised by Ergun Caner’s comments)
  38. Dr. Caner’s Debates, Dialogs, and Discussions (documenting the apparent extent of Dr. Caner’s debate experience)
  39. Unveiling Unveiling Islam: References to the Hadith (a survey of citation to the Hadith in one of the Caner brothers’ works)
  40. Inquiry Committee for Ergun Caner (reporting the formation of Liberty University’s inquiry committee)
  41. Jamal Jivanjee’s Memory (Commenting on the testimony of Mr. Jivanjee regarding his knowledge of the Caner family)
  42. Wishful Defense of Ergun Caner (Noting that some of Dr. Caner’s supporters would like to ignore the allegations that Dr. Caner has been embellishing his autobiography in a variety of ways)
  43. Jamal Jivanjee’s Testimony Regarding Ergun Caner (Proposing Some Further Questions for Mr. Jivanjee to help fill out his testimony.)
  44. Ergun Caner’s So-called Apology (providing documentation of Dr. Caner’s so-called apology, in which he did not admit to lying, and in fact claims: “I have never intentionally misled anyone.”)
  45. Ergun Caner Parody (noting the existence of the parody YouTube page)
  46. Tom Chantry on Stephen Ambrose, Ergun Caner, and the Credibility of the Gospel (providing link to an interesting and thought-provoking article from Tom Chantry)
  47. Compare and Contrast (Compare and contrasting the approaches of Paul the Apostle and Ergun Caner)
  48. Possum Kill, North Carolina (Defending Dr. Caner from the charge that he was “lying” about the hometown of his father-in-law.)(Updated, because of one troubling testimony.)
  49. Ergun Caner, Rick and Bubba, and Daisy Duke: How LBTS does Apologetics (Identification of Dr. Caner’s impossible claim to have watched the Dukes of Hazzard while growing up in Turkey, as well as noting that LBTS has used this show as an example of how they do apologetics.)
  50. New Biography for Caner (Commenting on a new biography of Dr. Caner that was posted to the Liberty University website. That biography was subsequently replaced with essentially a mirror of the biography that appears on Dr. Caner’s personal page.)
  51. Ergun Caner – Son of a Devout Muslim Father (Defending Dr. Caner as a real ex-Muslim)
  52. Caner Materials (links to a variety of materials relating to Dr. Caner)
  53. Ergun Caner: Raised by a Devout Muslim Father (defending Dr. Caner as a real ex-Muslim, even while noting some troubling inconsistencies in his testimony)
  54. Responding to “Fake Ex-Muslims” (Part 1)(Part 2)(Part 3)(Defending Dr. Caner as best I could from a variety of criticisms from the “Fake Ex-Muslims” website.)
  55. The Cost of What? (A Response to Tim Guthrie’s odd post suggesting that, in effect, criticism of Dr. Caner was the result of Dr. Caner following Christ.)
  56. Ergun Caner vs. James White: Which is More like the Jerry Springer Show? (Providing link to Dr. White’s video response to Dr. Caner’s ignorant criticism of formal debates.)

Other than that, I only recall posting one video on the subject of Ergun Caner:

http://www.youtube.com/v/DRMGsFa-mzo&hl=en_US&fs=1&

(a 60 response to one of Dr. Caner’s comments on Romans 9)

-TurretinFan

Bryan Cross – Index Page

February 15, 2010

Now that I’ve responded (and hosted responses from Pastor David King) to Bryan Cross of the Roman Catholic blog Called to Communion several times, it seems fitting to create an index page for easy reference to interactions with him. As with all index pages, I will try to update the page and I may date bump the page according to my plan (not yet implemented) to group all of the index pages at a particular time period for easy reference.

1. Response to Bryan Cross’ Misuse of Jerome (David King)

2. Debunking “Natural Necessity” Argument (and other arguments) against Sola Scriptura (TurretinFan)

3. Demonstrating the Inevitable Flow of Communication (and consequent interpretive role) to the Individual (TurretinFan)

4. A Distinction in Principle between Sola Scriptura and Solo Scriptura (TurretinFan)

5. Principled Distinctions Again – This Time in a More Narrower Category (TurretinFan)

6. The Distinction Gets Yet More Narrow (TurretinFan)

7. Examining John 17 and Christian Disunity (TurretinFan)

8. Arianism is Consistent with Scripture? (TurretinFan)

9. Is the Magisterium more Sufficient than Scripture? (TurretinFan and David King)

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6
Part 7

– TurretinFan


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