What is your dissertation about?
I was just musing over the idea that I would gladly trade much of the leadership coursework I had in seminary for more history and hermeneutics. Shea’s answers are, of course, the correct ones. – I read something sad today. I followed the Jolly Blogger back in the days when we used to read those. […]
It takes a special kind of stupid to make a law against feeding homeless people.
Looks like that church in Seattle we aren’t supposed to talk about is going to close after cutting loose all its satellites. So ends a tragic tale.
Question: Other than Merton, who is a Catholic writer every protestant or evangelical should read?
I don’t know much (um, anything) about Molinism. I do like the mental idea of infinite (parallel?) universes applying to theological thinking, though. Each universe is one in an infinite series, with God being some entitiy outside that series but able to interact with each. Of course, if you’re a fan of open theism, you […]
I haven’t followed apologetics circles for a long time, but one person I remembered and got to meet at the Cornerstone fest was Gretchen Passantino (later Coburn). It was a shock to learn today that she suffered a heart attack and died on Oct. 2. Her family is rallying around her husband, Pat, who has […]
I have to be careful. These days, if anyone asks me what I think of rapture theology, my answer is along the lines of: BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Art of Manliness should be required reading for life.
That Naked Pastor thread is brutal, but one of the very rare cases where it’s worth it to read the comments. One of the things that kept me from going too deep with the emergent crowd was a sense of something being off that I couldn’t pin down. I loved (and still love) the idea […]