Saturday’s first plenary was delivered by George Hunsinger. He is the McCord Professor of Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. … Continue reading Agape and the Long Defeat – George Hunsinger
We cannot be Christians, followers of Christ, we cannot even know what it is to be a Christian unless the … Continue reading Peter Geach on Hell
The Tsarnaev brothers set off a bomb at the end of the Boston Marathon, dozens of innocent bystanders were either … Continue reading The Uncontrolling Love of God
Today, if you hear his voice, 8 do not harden your hearts, as at Meribah, as on the day at Massah … Continue reading Fear & Loathing In… God?
The cross is a mystery. In some sense we know what the Cross is all about, but in another sense … Continue reading Good Friday – The Mystery of the Cross
Its Holy Week. On Tuesday I shared some reflections on the role that Gethsemane plays in our religious epistemology. Today … Continue reading The Cross and the Problem of Evil
For those of you who are interested in philosophy and/or theology I would like to let you know that there … Continue reading Upcoming Conference on the Philosophy and Theology of Hope
I don’t know who is creepier, Santa or those girls… Continue reading Christmas Time = Awkward Family Photos pt. 2