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?
See the CFP below: Society for the Study of Theology / International Journal of Systematic Theology Colin Gunton Memorial Essay … Continue reading CFP: Colin Gunton Memorial Essay Prize for IJST/SST
The answer to that question, as is the answer to every question (as Sunday school kids would say), is Christ…. [The … Continue reading Why Does Anything Exist?
See the CFP below: The Aquinas Center for Theological Renewal at Ave Maria University and the Thomistic Institute of the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception … Continue reading Call For Papers: Thomas Aquinas and the Crisis of Christology
I mentioned in my last post that I will be going to Africa Renewal University, which is in Kampala, Uganda … Continue reading Training Pastors in Uganda
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)