Archives for Jul 3, 2013 @ 12:23

End of Lecture? Not So Fast

Jonathan Wolff: For as long as the lecture is regarded as better than internet-based learning, it will survive on a substantial scale. And wherein lies its superiority? An interesting question. It is live. It is real. It is put on with you in mind, even if you are one of a large crowd. You experience [Read More…]

Reasons for Atheism

From Larry Alex Taunton, at The Atlantic (HT: TG): Someone with plenty of experience conversing with those who have left the faith for atheism, Taunton lists the results of some research on why folks walk away. Worth your read and response. It has been my privilege to address college students all over the world, usually [Read More…]

Gay Marriage and the Law, by David Opderbeck

Gay Marriage and the Law By David W. Opderbeck.  David Opderbeck is Professor of Law at Seton Hall University Law School and is a doctoral candidate in Philosophical Theology at the University of Nottingham.  He blogs at Through a Glass Darkly. As everyone knows, the Supreme Court has finally announced its decisions in this term’s [Read More…]

What I Hear When You Say…

Michelle van Loon, a messianic Jewish believer, offers a brief, clear, and compelling challenge for Christians to be careful how they describe the relationship of Israel and the Church: What does it mean that God’s calling for Israel is irrevocable (Romans 11:29), or that Gentiles are grafted into Israel? What does that mean for “church”? [Read More…]