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Daily Archives: 15 Dec 2013
Karl Barth may have gotten lots wrong but he was right about apologetics: they are absurd unnecessary arrogance. The lesser does not ‘defend’ the greater.
People are as good at sending along recommendations as Mark Driscoll is at telling the truth- but I remain an eternal optimist and so I once more remind you that if you see something really noteworthy this month, pass along … Continue reading
It’s been a great week for Israel in the US Congress this week. But not for the American taxpayer. While many Americans are gearing up for the Christmas holidays and trying to earn the money to buy their children presents, … Continue reading
Pope Francis is all the rage. But does he harbor a dark side? This photo may shed some light on that question… stop staring at me like that with your soul-less eyes….
I think their response is predictable: silence. Following in their master’s (Driscoll’s) silent footsteps. One thing one learns over years of watching insane fundamentalists at work- they never eat their own. That’s why Mohler hasn’t said a word and it’s … Continue reading
The demand for rational proof of revelation is thus a disguised demand to concede the hegemony of the rationalism of the Enlightenment, or contemporary cultural norms – two theological trends which Brunner had criticized earlier, particularly in his Philosophy of … Continue reading
Judge Jean Boyd has been in the media lately for letting 16-year old Ethan Couch off the hook after he killed four people. Couch was on a drunken joyride with his friends when he hit four people, causing them to … Continue reading
And I enjoyed this interview with in Der Spiegel (and pointed out by Antonio Lombatti and Tom Bolin)- Swiss theologian Hans Küng has been a voice for reform in the Catholic Church for decades on issues such as papal infallibility, … Continue reading
It’s often imagined that Calvin was some sort of dictator in Geneva and that he ruled the town with an iron thumb. That notion is, however, false. He was simply the most forceful voice among many: The Consistoire, … composed … Continue reading
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