Theosis, write Stephen Finlan and Valdimir Kharlamov, is closely related to a number of other doctrines including: soteriology, Christology, anthropology, … Continue reading Is Theosis a soteriological or anthropological doctrine?
Yesterday, I mentioned one challenge that non-reductive physicalists face. Today I’d like to mention two more. The Problem of the … Continue reading Non-Reductive Physicalism – Some Problems (Part 2)
Holding to non-Reductive physicalism has some benefits…. First, it takes seriously the dualist’s intuition—and the biblical data—that we cannot be … Continue reading Non-Reductive Physicalism – Some Problems (Part 1)
Yesterday I heard some heartbreaking news: P-47, a 3-year-old mountain lion has died in the Santa Monica Mountains after being infected … Continue reading Priests of Creation and a Dead Mountain Lion
This year’s “Christian Doctrine Section” of the Tyndale Fellowship Conference is being organized by Jason Sexton and Tom Noble. It … Continue reading Theology and Science at the Tyndale Conference
Man has been called to be a kind of midwife to creation, in assisting nature out of its divinely given … Continue reading Priests of Creation – A Reflection for Earth Day
In the last few blog posts I shared a bit about how to approach the “image of God” and some … Continue reading What is the “Image of God?”