Condomania

“It isn’t the job of a Protestant to try and interpret the Vatican, yet it is important in inter-religious dialogue to understand one’s partner. And that is true as Christians and others seek to understand just how Pope Benedict’s recent comments about condom use are consistent with Christian moral reasoning.” Inter-religious Professor Robert Hunt reflects on the Catholic position on condom use. [Read more...]

The Gospel of Thanks-living

What is the absolutely unique characteristic that separates followers of the Christian way from all other people who look for guidance in self-help manuals, theories, philosophies, or bio feed-back techniques? Is there some distinctive element of Christianity that is the sole intellectual property of the Christian Church? [Read more...]

Grace and Gracefulness

‘Tis the season to be grateful. If there is a theological premise that is the central plank of my living and trusting, it is that proposition of the Reformers that God’s Grace is always prevenient, seeking us, loving for us, caring for us, redeeming us, long before it occurs to us to seek for God. [Read more...]


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