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Daily Archives: June 21, 2015
At the United Methodist church that I attended this morning, the pastor preached about faith, in light of the recent Charleston tragedy. Our Scripture text was Mark 4:35-41, in which the disciples are fretting and panicking on a boat on … Continue reading
Originally posted on Theologians, Inc.:
In ‘Christianity and Classical Culture‘, Jaroslav Pelikan spends a good deal of time on the topics of both natural theology and negative theology, or apophatic theology, in the thought of the Cappodicians. The Cappodicians were…