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Daily Archives: September 26, 2018
A More Responsible Way to Think About Biblical Eschatology: Engaging with Karl Heim Through TF Torrance
via A More Responsible Way to Think About Biblical Eschatology: Engaging with Karl Heim Through TF Torrance
God’s Triune Life as Grace: In Contrast to Latin Theologies of the Catholic and Protestant Varieties
via God’s Triune Life <em>as</em> Grace: In Contrast to Latin Theologies of the Catholic and Protestant Varieties
I turned 31 the day I found out about the first allegation against Brett Kavanaugh. Two days later, I read Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s story for the first time, although she was still reluctant to be identified. It has been … Continue reading
via Meditations on the Lord’s Prayer – Part 12 of 12
Reading Acts Divorce was not commonplace in Israel and there are no examples of divorce in the narrative portions of the Hebrew Bible. A husband might divorce his wife for any reason, but in practice childlessness and adultery are the … Continue reading
Originally posted on Eclectic Orthodoxy:
by Alexander Earl Prompted by Dionysius’s doctrine of God and its Neoplatonic foundations, the question of Divine freedom has been the subject of theological reflection on this blog for the past few months. That it would…