Daily Archives: November 6, 2018

Soulen–Karl Rahner’s existential toward God

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…

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Dark theology — Triablogue

Reblogging for future reference: Many professing Christians reject Calvinism because it has some sharp edges. And I agree with them that that makes Calvinism somewhat disturbing. However, that mirrors the kind of world we live in. 261 more words via Dark … Continue reading

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Book Write-Up: Revelation and Reason in Christian Theology

Christopher C. Green and David I. Starling. Revelation and Reason in Christian Theology: Proceedings of the 2016 Theology Connect Conference. Lexham Press, 2018. See here to purchase the book. This book addresses the question of whether reason and divine revelation … Continue reading

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The Nation: Why the Refugee Caravan Is So Big—and What We Need to Do About It

The Nation: Why the Refugee Caravan Is So Big—and What We Need to Do About It

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Soulen-Egypt and all nations

Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
R. Kendall Soulen in The God of Israel and Christian Theology gives us some biblical interpretation worth pondering. To restate something I have already covered, he says that the theme of creation is blessing. God created…

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