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?
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
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?”
Although there is deep disagreement concerning what being made in the image of God means, most theologians share a common … Continue reading Six Assumptions About The Meaning of the “Imago Dei”
Where do we begin when reflecting upon what it means to be made in the image of God? First, this … Continue reading What’s The Proper Starting Point for Our Theology of the Image of God?
Rough notes on Hans Madueme’s plenary talk: Context Philosophers and Theologians question the usefulness of dualism – in some circles … Continue reading LATC 2018 – Hans Madueme: “Man’s Heart is the Seat of All Evils:” A Theological Argument for Dualism