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Does Genesis 1 Teach Science?
Scholars have longed claimed that ancients gave mythical answers to scientific questions. Walton won’t even allow his ancients to ask scientific questions. Read more
by Peter Leithart | Leithart
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Does God Do Bad? Depends on What You Mean
Does God do “bad?” It depends on what you mean by “bad.” The Bible teaches that God does not do what we would call moral evil. But yet at the same time, the Bible does teach that God makes stuff... Read more
by Tom Hobson | Biblical Words and World
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The Necessity of Tradition for Theological Interpretation - Part...
All churches rely on tradition and generate their own traditions. Tradition, therefore, is a lot like a nose. Everybody has one, even if you cannot see your own, it is still there. Read more
by Mike Bird | Euangelion
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Vocation and Self-Defense
In the current debates over gun ownership and self-defense, we would do well to consider how the doctrine of vocation applies. On the most basic level, according to Romans 13, we are not to impose... Read more
by Gene Veith | Cranach
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Are Christians Really That Fragile?  This College Thinks We Are
I was hoping that it would be a helpful document that would encourage students to exchange information, engage in dialogue, and respect all faiths. Unfortunately, for the sake of diversity, it... Read more
by David Rupert | David Rupert
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Lost, Found, Saved, and Perishing
Nobody should be allowed to talk about being saved in Christianity (or use the words Savior or Salvation) without offering some inkling of what we are supposed to be saved from. Read more
by Philip Jenkins | Anxious Bench
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