Does Postmodernism Inevitably Lead to Universalism?

photo © 2008 Ethan Lofton | more info (via: Wylio)   There is a cool new site that has great potential called “Theology and Life in the 21st Century.”  One of the writers, Eric, frequents the comments here on Pangea.  He is insightful and passionate about Jesus.  He did however write an article that I [Read More…]

"One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic." (Friendly Friday Post, by David Ozab)

I am excited to have a post here by David Ozab. He is a writer and recently converted to Roman Catholicism. While I do not share his convictions, certainly it is beneficial to hear from others outside of our own sphere of experience. I am pleased to have his guest contribution on the blog… ————————————— [Read More…]

If Evolution is Right… Then What About Adam? (Option 3: My Option – "Agnostic" about Adam) [3 of 3]

This series wrestles with the questions of the compatibility of Biblical theology and biological evolution.  To understand my view of Genesis 1, you may read here as that chapter will not be discussed in this series.  Also, check out this series by RJS at Jesus Creed.  The rest of this series, go here (in the [Read More…]

Osama bin Laden, God the Violent Warrior, and Loving Our Enemies

  Jesus’ teachings are hard, especially this one: “Love your enemies.” Because this command of Christ feels defiant to logic and experience, many jump backwards to the Hebrew Scriptures.  Rightfully so… well, at least to some degree. God as a conquering warrior is a primary image in the Old Testament.  CONFESSION: Many Christians, especially those [Read More…]