Toward a Theology of Life: part 1

My last post was a reaction to the current news cycle and how abortion has dominated in the headlines (here) and one insightful individual asked about the Christian theology of life that should ultimately guide us as we deal with topics like abortion. I have decided to take on this challenge, in this post I... Continue Reading →

The End of Abortion? Now What?

Abortion has been in the news again lately, first Tim Keller made waves on Twitter with a thread about how Christians treat abortion differently from any other ethical stance (here), and then a leaked report appears to indicate the Supreme Court is going to rule to overturn Roe v Wade (here). I have been, yet... Continue Reading →

Understanding Seeking Faith

This is part 2 of a post about the my difficulty with the Church to catch up read part 1. "Neque enim quaero intelligere ut credam, sed credo ut intelligam" "I do not seek to understand in order that I may believe, but rather, I believe in order that I may understand"Anselm of Canterbury Anselm's... Continue Reading →

The War on Christmas

A new study finds that 40% of Americans believe there is a "war on Christmas", specifically that secular, pluralistic, woke, and/or other liberal forces are stealing Christmas from us (news story here). But this line of thinking is simply another avenue of Christian Nationalism that has seeped into the collective conscious of political conservatives. Christmas... Continue Reading →

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