F.F. Bruce Page

I found a page on F.F. Bruce:
Frederick Fyvie Bruce

This includes a lot of PDF files. Especially interesting to me right now is the wisdom literature since we’re studying Ecclesiastes in our small group. Be sure to notice there are other pages for later sections of his life.

11 Responses to “F.F. Bruce Page”


  1. 1 Fr. Robert (Anglican)

    Jeff,
    Here is my blog on postmodern, etc. I put this here since I knew FF…simply a great man, and Christian! (RIP)

    http://irishanglican.wordpress.com/2009/12/23/postmodernity/

  2. 2 Scripture Zealot

    Thanks for the link. I didn’t know you have a blog! The link to it in your screen name doesn’t work. I’m sure many would like to read it.

    That’s pretty cool you knew FF Bruce.
    Jeff

  3. 3 Fr. Robert (Anglican)

    Jeff,

    Just a note, I have ‘turned the ship back into the wind’ lol, and have again returned to a fuller place in the Reformed faith. It is good to re-think our “Gospel” at times, is it real, lasting and producing Christ in me, and for others? Always the challenge! (1 Tim. 4: 16/ 2 Tim. 2:15).

    Fr. Robert

  4. 4 Scripture Zealot

    Welcome back.
    Jeff

  5. 5 Fr. Robert (Anglican)

    Like I could really get away! lol If I am “called” and “chosen”?

  6. 6 Scripture Zealot

    Resistance is futile.
    Jeff

  7. 7 Fr. Robert (Anglican)

    Jeff,

    Yep, change yet again! But this time, it is a change not “just” from the mental, though that’s there too, but the change has been much more interior, and I hope the Spirit/spirit. Yeah, check out the doctrine of God’s synergy! Btw, even Augustine taught this also. 🙂

    Also check out this blog…Onesimus Online blogspot.com

  8. 8 Scripture Zealot

    I will check out that doctrine and blog. Thanks for letting me know.
    Jeff

  9. 9 Fr. Robert (Anglican)

    Jeff,

    Indeed theology is a few humbling task! If you get a chance you might enjoy reading Robert Letham’s book: Through Western Eyes, Eastern Orthodoxy: A Reformed Perspective. It is a friendly book, and shows the newer agreement (since the 90’s) with the Reformed toward the EO’s great Trinitarian doctrines. This was what really drew me. But finally, I could not follow the Orthodox in their lack of Pauline Imputation.

  10. 10 Scripture Zealot

    I won’t have time to read the book but it’s interesting to see any connections between EO and Reformed.
    Jeff

  11. 11 Fr. Robert (Anglican)

    Jeff, Indeed the connection between the Orthodox and the Reformed on Christology and the Trinity of God are sound.

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