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Daily Archives: December 1, 2011
David Marshall: “Are Scientists Too ‘Bright’ to Believe in God?”
Last night, I read Chapter 2 of David Marshall’s The Truth Behind the New Atheism, and it is entitled “Are Scientists Too ‘Bright’ to Believe in God?” Marshall responds to the new atheist charge that most North American and English … Continue reading
Hubner on Development in Paul’s Thought on the Law
I started Hans Hubner’s Law in Paul’s Thought. Hubner’s argument is that there was development in Paul’s thought regarding the law. In Galatians, Paul presents the law as temporary, since Paul affirms that Christians are not under a schoolmaster, which … Continue reading