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Is Analytic Theology REALLY Systematic Theology?
Last week Oliver Crisp kicked off the 2016 Analytic Theology Seminar Series at Fuller Seminary. He gave a wonderfully precise and clear lecture on the relationship between Analytic Theology and Systematic Theology. Basically he answered the question: Is analytic theology really systematic theology or is it really just ersatz theology? The way that Crisp approachedContinue reading “Is Analytic Theology REALLY Systematic Theology?”
Analytic Theology Seminars at Fuller Seminary Start Today!
See the message below from Allison Wiltshire Hello! I would like to invite you to join us at Fuller Seminary for a weekly series of talks on human and divine love as part of the Analytic Theology for Theological Formation project. Our team would be thrilled for you to attend any or all ofContinue reading “Analytic Theology Seminars at Fuller Seminary Start Today!”
How I Got into Analytic Theology
I walked onto UCLA in 2006 with a plan. I knew that at the end of my four years studying physiological science I would go to medical school so that one day I could be a medical missionary. I overlooked one thing, however: “The heart of man plans his ways, but the Lord establishes hisContinue reading “How I Got into Analytic Theology”
I’m Doing a PhD!
So in the last 2 days I got some HUGE news… I have been accepted into both Fuller Seminary and the University of St. Andrews for their newly formed programs in Analytic Theology. Both schools received very large grants from the Templeton Foundation in order to see how Analytic Theology may help us make senseContinue reading “I’m Doing a PhD!”
Thinking about Becoming a Theologian? Think Again…. maybe.
Oliver Crisp, the theologian who has been a sort of model for my own theology, offers some advice for those thinking about becoming academic theologians….
The Debate Over Inerrancy: Comparing B.B. Warfield and Harold Lindsell – Part 9: Links & Bibliography
For those of you who are interested in reading this as a cohesive whole here are the links in order…. Part 1 – Introduction https://cwoznicki.wordpress.com/2012/08/02/the-debate-over-inerrancy-comparing-b-b-warfield-and-harold-lindsell-part-1-introduction/ Part 2 – B.B. Warfield https://cwoznicki.wordpress.com/2012/08/02/the-debate-over-inerrancy-comparing-b-b-warfield-and-harold-lindsell-part-2-b-b-warfield/ Part 3 – Harold Lindsell https://cwoznicki.wordpress.com/2012/08/03/the-debate-over-inerrancy-comparing-b-b-warfield-and-harold-lindsell-part-3-harold-lindsell/ Part 4 – The Briggs Heresy Trial https://cwoznicki.wordpress.com/2012/08/05/the-debate-over-inerrancy-comparing-b-b-warfield-and-harold-lindsell-part-4-the-briggs-heresy-trial/ Part 5 – Fuller Seminary https://cwoznicki.wordpress.com/2012/08/06/the-debate-over-inerrancy-comparing-b-b-warfield-and-harold-lindsell-part-5-fuller-seminary/ Part 6 – SimilaritiesContinue reading “The Debate Over Inerrancy: Comparing B.B. Warfield and Harold Lindsell – Part 9: Links & Bibliography”
The Debate Over Inerrancy: Comparing B.B. Warfield and Harold Lindsell – Part 8: The Battles – Conclusion
If you are an Evangelical Christian (or you know any) then you know how divisive the debate over the inerrancy of scripture can be. However you might not know that every generation this battle comes up over and over again. In this blog series we will be taking a look at two iterations of thisContinue reading “The Debate Over Inerrancy: Comparing B.B. Warfield and Harold Lindsell – Part 8: The Battles – Conclusion”
Here is an email from my Systematic Theology Professor… Dear Systematic Theologians, Three things from me. First, you should be getting your marks for the first assignment this week. Second, I’ve been asked about late assignments. All late assignments will be docked a letter grade for each day the work is late. So if itContinue reading “Systematic Theology…”
January 19 Colloqium at Fuller
Sounds like fun.