Monthly Archives: September 2015

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The Pope’s visit to the United States has had many great moments.  But his address to a joint session of Congress was incredibly important.  Here we see the power of a narrative–a narrative that moves people–a narrative that kings if … Continue reading

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Krauss: The definition of a windbag. Can markets be moral? From the book, The Radiance of Being: Dimensions of Cosmic Christianity: “It is worth noting the role of theology in this breakthrough by Faraday and Maxwell.  Thomas Torrance writes: ‘[James] Clerk … Continue reading

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How do we Know what we Know, Part Two

For background to the following, see here, here, and here especially the comment sections.  This post is a continuation of that conversation. What I am about to describe, I think, is the experience of the vast majority of people in … Continue reading

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I note this just because something stood out in this article, which is an article about a rock-band—not something I normally write about here.  What struck me was how something I do write about on this blog had found its … Continue reading

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I am aware of no serious, reflective, Christian scholar/theologian who asserts his views clash with science and he is okay with that…what the vast majority assert (here) is more along these lines: “Finally, Brunner stated that the real conflict between “faith” and … Continue reading

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