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Scott Pryor
Professor of law who teaches and writes in fields of contracts, Art. 9, and bankruptcy as well as intersection of Christianity & law.
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Scott Pryor Jun 21
My week on Twitter 🎉: 19 Mentions, 24.2K Mention Reach, 35 Likes, 5 Retweets, 35.1K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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Scott Pryor Jun 21
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Reformed Irenics Jun 21
The Lord’s Work in the Lord’s Way: Against the Culture War
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Scott Pryor Jun 20
Brief observations on Jonathon Tran's excellent review of J.K.A. Smith's :
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Scott Pryor Jun 19
The film, not the church.
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Scott Pryor Jun 19
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#WOMENSART Jun 18
Icelandic photographer Sigga Ella, series of portraits of people with Down's Syndrome called 'First and foremost I am' featuring 21 images, a number she chose as people with Down's Syndrome have an extra copy of chromosome 21
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Wrath Of Gnon 3 Apr 17
“Truth never ages, ideologies have their days numbered.” — Benedict XVI
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wyclif Jun 18
A thread that reveals a great deal about the Left
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Scott Pryor Jun 18
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Scott Pryor Jun 18
Some quotes apropos to efforts at public theology.
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Scott Pryor Jun 16
The intolerance of the tolerant.
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Scott Pryor Jun 16
Paul Schrader film "First Reformed"??
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Samuel J. Gerdano Jun 15
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Scott Pryor Jun 15
loses at Supreme Court of Canada:
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Scott Pryor Jun 15
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Scott Pryor Jun 15
But isn't y'all already plural?
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Scott Pryor Jun 15
Replying to @james_ka_smith
Like the "craters marks of the gospel" metaphor. Quoted it in a book chapter. Frames consideration of issues w/o prescribing specific policies.
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Scott Pryor Jun 15
Replying to @HaskellMurray
W/r/t Rom 13 and obeying the law for the sake of conscience, I am coming to believe Paul is referring to laws that accord with the conscience, ie., the human faculty of well-formed moral judgment. For other sorts of laws--esp in our admin state--obedience is a matter of prudence.
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