Daily Archives: August 6, 2018

Natural Theology as the Baptizer of Jesus: Thinking From René Descartes to an Interrogation of Natural Theology — The Evangelical Calvinist

René Descartes (31 March 1596 – 11 February 1650) philosopher and mathematician extraordinaire’s natural theology is worth reflecting on. Some have wanted to argue that Descartes’ methodological skepticism, where he doubted to the point where he thought he could doubt … Continue reading

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A woman asked me whether Hell and God’s harshness caused me to doubt Christianity

Originally posted on WINTERY KNIGHT:
A long journey through the night I was having a chat on Friday with a brilliant agnostic young lady who knew as much about Christian apologetics as I did. It was very strange because she…

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Church Write-Up: Bread of Life, the Beast of Human Ambition

Time for this week’s Church Write-Up. A.  At the LCMS church, the theme was Jesus being the bread of life, and the primary text was John 6.  Jesus feeds the multitudes but also talks about a different kind of bread, … Continue reading

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