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Daily Archives: November 6, 2018
There Is Mercy In Heaven, But The Road To It Is Paved By Our Merciful Acts On Earth — Experimental Theology
Reblogging for future reference: “Blessed are the merciful, for they shall receive mercy.” My brothers and sisters, sweet is the thought of mercy, but even more so is mercy itself. It is what all men hope for, but unfortunately, not … Continue reading
Originally posted on Naturalis Historia:
Creationist’ literature can be baffling to read at times. It isn’t just common misunderstandings of science and theology but sometimes it’s the feeling you get that they haven’t thought through the implications of what they…
“Christians live in their respective countries, but only as resident aliens; they participate in all things as citizens, and they endure all things as foreigners”
Originally posted on Eclectic Orthodoxy:
For Christians are no different from other people in terms of their country, language, or customs. Nowhere do they inhabit cities of their own, use a strange dialect, or live life out of the ordinary.…
Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
The book I am blogging about is The God of Israel and Christian Theology. Here R. Kendall Soulen sees in Karl Rahner’s concept of the “supernatural existential” a way forward toward a better way of telling…
Originally posted on Reading Acts:
How is it possible not to worry about tomorrow? Some people are more prone to worry than others, so that reading this passage will make you feel a little guilty for being anxious (or overly…
Originally posted on Thinking Pacifism:
Ted Grimsrud—November 6, 2018 Greg Boyd’s book, Cross Vision: How the Crucifixion of Jesus Makes Sense of Old Testament Violence (Fortress Press, 2017), deserves praise simply for being a book of serious theological scholarship with an…