Monthly Archives: August 2009

Creating Chicken Littles

This is old, but new to me. I came across this from reading a “cannibalized” version in another format. This paper was originally published in the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 49 (2006): 327-49. The author is Daniel B. … Continue reading

Posted in Bart Ehrman, Bible, Daniel B. Wallace, Greek, Textual Criticism | 7 Comments

Jerk Factories

There is an interesting post here having to do with the eternal quest of evangelicals to work on their “relationship” with God, which is often a cover for their lack of desire (or willingness) to work on their relationship with … Continue reading

Posted in Christianity, Evangelicalism, Spiritual Formation

Francis Collins

Here is a good interview given by Francis Collins, who was recently named Director of the National Institutes of Health by President Obama.

Posted in Francis Collins, Obama

Renaissance

Here is an interesting post on the renaissance of Christian philosophy. Part of what caught my eye is that I often think this (the renaissance) is common knowledge, but from my last post and the comment section—clearly it isn’t. Who … Continue reading

Posted in atheism, logical positivism, philosophy