Archives for Dec 14, 2011 @ 12:57

Reverse Mentoring … on Global Education

Maybe, this author is suggesting, Americans need to abandon exceptionalism and start listening a bit… Reverse mentoring when it comes education across the globe: “Most Atlantic readers know that, although the U.S. spends more per student on K-12 education than any other nation except Luxembourg, students in a growing number of nations outperform our own. [Read More…]

Paul’s Spiritual Vision 2

Rodney Reeves’ new book, Spirituality according to Paul: Imitating the Apostle of Christ, is one of the most courageous sketches of Paul’s view of the Christian life I’ve seen. I think he takes Paul at his word and then turns Paul’s words on us so we can see ourselves in the mirror of Paul’s radical [Read More…]

Calvinism: My History 5

Dimensions of Calvinism stand and fall with whether or not humans can resist and then ultimately throw away one’s redemption. The Warning passages in Hebrews, since they seem to suggest some can forfeit their redemption, feature prominently in that discussion. And the issues in these passages eventually come down to (1) what the sin is [Read More…]