Monthly Archives: September 2018

The Postmetaphysical God: Corrected by Thomas F. Torrance

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How Does the Christian ‘Get’ the Holy Spirit; Or How Does the Holy Spirit ‘Get’ the Christian: The Locus: Christ’s Vicarious Humanity

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Trees of Life

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Eve and Mary

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Current Events Write-Up: Fahrenheit 11/9, Iran-U.S. Friendship, EU Austerity and the Collapsed Bridge, Hospital Monopolies

Time for this week’s Current Events Write-Up. Counterpunch: “Moore’s ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’: Entertaining Film, Crappy Politics,” by Louis Proyect. Reviews Michael Moore’s newest film about the Trump victory, while contrasting current Democratic Socialist candidates with old-style socialists. Vridar: “Iran, Iran, If … Continue reading

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Redeming Capitalism? (Review of Kenneth J. Barnes, Redeeming Capitalism)

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Kenneth J. Barnes, Redeeming Capitalism. Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2018. xiv + 233 pp. Foreword by Miroslav Volf. Capitalism is a subject, not an object. … Capitalism is nothing more than the result of…

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Thomas C. Behr, Social Justice and Subsidiarity: Luigi Taparelli and the Origins of Modern Catholic Social Thought (2018)

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Thomas C. Behr, assistant professor and faculty director of liberal studies at the University of Houston, is finally publishing a book on the founder of the term “social justice”. Here’s the publisher description…

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