This past week in my class on Romans and Galatians my students answered the following prompt: Who do you believe … Continue reading Who is Paul Talking About in Romans 7?
When it comes to atonement theologies people often break them up into classic, satisfaction, and subjective categories. However it might … Continue reading The Direction of Atonement in Luther’s Theology
In a recent blog I posted I summarized Oliver Crisp’s recent argument that there is significant room within some key … Continue reading Universal Atonement & The Sin of Unbelief
Anarchy – the government is unnecessary, undesirable, or harmful. On one end of the spectrum of anarchism you have some … Continue reading Why We Won’t Need the Government Anymore (Maybe)
I believe that reason and faith are compatible. I believe that philosophy and theology should work together. I believe that … Continue reading Faith and Reason: Three Views by Steve Wilkens
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