Alexander J. Shaia the gift of Paul's teaching.
Greg on free will and love.
Kallistos Ware on a Trinitarian life.
Screw with the System!
Peter Rollins shares a parable to have us consider the reductionism of the Gospel.
Luther and Zwingli met in Marburg, Germany, 500 years ago to see where each of them stood on several theological matters. They couldn't agree on the presence of Christ, in the event of communion. The question remains: What does it mean for us nowadays?
NT Wright on the great narrative.
Every time we name God with a theism, we name God with an atheism.
7 films on the celebration of the Eucharist.
Author and professor John Goldingay's take on the condition of the North American church, and what breaks his heart.
Is life the result of a miraculous divine intervention, or is it an inevitable byproduct of the laws of physics and chemistry or both? In this second video of the series “Emergent Evolution, Spirituality and God,” Philip Clayton describes current scientific thinking about the origins of life on earth.
We are often taught that evolution requires the concept of “competition” to be at its very core. In this third video of the series “Emergent Evolution, Spirituality and God,” Philip Clayton talks about recent scientific discoveries that show how organisms work together symbiotically to create ever new forms of cooperation.
Stanley Hauerwas on violence in the Old Testament.
Is our image of Jesus compelling enough to sustain us? Do we see his sacrifice at the center of everything?
Ruth Padilla Deborst on God's bias for the marginalized.
Darrell Johnson gives some well-grounded insight into the last book of the Bible .
Could it be that more than just biology is involved in the evolutionary process? In this fourth video of the series “Emergent Evolution, Spirituality and God,” Philip Clayton shares the concept of coevolution, the idea that cultural and biological forces both play a role in determining the broader trajectory of living organisms.
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Doubt plays an important role in faith.
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