Monthly Archives: March 2010

A Return to the Same

James K.A. Smith reviews Francis Beckwith’s book about his return to Rome. Francis J. Beckwith (Ph.D., Fordham) at one time was the president of the Evangelical Theological Society. He has written several books and was considered a leading and intellectual … Continue reading

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Global Atheist Convention

Ben Myers has a very good post here regarding the 2010 global atheist convention. It will be interesting to see if they can heed such advice. Myers also reminds us of how far the “new” atheism has fallen from the … Continue reading

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Breaking up with Jesus

This post brings up a very interesting aspect to the way Evangelicals think about salvation and what it means to follow Jesus. In too much of the Evangelical world, the idea of being a Christian turns Jesus into a ghostly … Continue reading

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Rowan on Individualism

Rowan Williams writes here about the dangers of individualism and the need to cultivate virtue. Of course, therein lies the problem. However, if people really believe they are nothing more than matter-in-motion and that the core underlying motivations and purpose … Continue reading

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