Theologically Punny Band Names

The latest from TheologyGrams. Can you think of any others?   [Read more...]

Uh-oh

Jim Linville shared the above cartoon on Facebook. There have been lots of variations on it. All of them either play into, or poke fun at, the very common idea that God is like human beings, essentially supporting one team and holding a grudge against others. That way of depicting God ought to be regarded [Read More...]

The Dangers of Quantum Theology

From Pliny the In Between, via Jerry Coyne [Read more...]

Continuity Errors in Tim LaHaye’s Fiction/Theology

Fred Clark continues his insightful and entertaining review of Nicolae: The Rise of Antichrist in the Left Behind series. Here is a key point in his most recent post on the subject, after noting a major blunder in the story's consistency: For the fans of these books, though, the stakes are even higher. They have [Read More...]

The Future of Liberal Theology

A recent post on the blog an und für sich offers both an insightful retrospective on the nature of liberal theology (including noting the irony of the classic language of “husk vs. kernel” which ends up looking a lot like the “letter vs. spirit” dichotomy of supercessionist theologies), and a vision for the future. Here [Read More...]

What is the Universe?

A student shared the following with me. First, Through the Wormhole asks whether the universe could be alive: IS THE UNIVERSE ALIVE?(2012) by costello74 Second, Seth Lloyd talking about the universe as a quantum computer: And finally, here’s Catherine Keller talking about quantum theology. [Read more...]

Biblical and Theological Journals Tumblr

Thanks to Michael Barber for pointing out the existence of a blog which posts the latest tables of contents from journals in Biblical and theological studies. [Read more...]

Historical vs. Observational Theology

Ken Ham has tried to make a distinction between historical and observational science. He ought, therefore, to accept that we must make the same distinction in theology, if he is to be consistent, don’t you think? And yet we find he himself quoting the Bible as though it can simply be assumed to provide evidence [Read More...]

Theology Research Paper Title Generator

From theologygrams. HT Marc Cortez [Read more...]

Prof. Lisa Park Boush on the Creation Museum

The quotation comes from an article that I came across recently, although it was written several years ago, about the reaction of paleontologists who visited the Creation Museum. Dr. Park is also quoted in an article in the New York Times on the subject. [Read more...]

How Do You Know That?

Jerry Coyne has written an incredibly lengthy complaint about a book he has not read. His rant suggests that deep down he knows that there is something wrong with the picture, but that doesn’t manage to stop him from simply plowing ahead. He begins by pointing out something that theologians have been saying long before [Read More...]


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