4 huge theological challenges (and how the Exodus story helps)

May 4, 2018 by

by Andrew Wilson, The Gospel Coalition. Every generation faces specific theological challenges. If asked for ours, I would highlight at least four: Scripture and the character of God: how we hold together the pictures of God presented in the Old and New Testaments on matters like inclusion, law,...

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Should IICSA change our theology?

Apr 20, 2018 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: I have been very hesitant to make any comment about the scrutiny of Chichester Diocese in the Independent Inquiry in Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) for many good reasons. The issue is so deeply painful and complex, and it touches on many interrelated issues in church and...

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Following the cosmic Yes

Apr 7, 2018 by

by Mark Byford, Church Times: IT WAS a chance viewing of a picture in the National Gallery in London which inspired my three-year quest to understand more about the spiritual meaning of the annunciation. The early-18th-century painting by the French artist François Lemoyne (on loan from Winchester...

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Should we believe in hell?

Apr 4, 2018 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: Last week the Pope garnered some unwanted press coverage (unwanted especially during Holy Week) when it was claimed that he had denied the existence of hell as a place of conscious punishment for the wicked. The words were reported in an Italian daily publication La...

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Holy Cross Theology Professor Says Jesus Was a ‘Drag King’ with ‘Queer Desires’

Apr 3, 2018 by

by Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D., Breitbart: The theology program at the Jesuit-run College of the Holy Cross has taken on a new tone ever since the school appointed a gender-obsessed Chair of New Testament Studies who claims Jesus was a “drag king,” a new article contends. Writing for The Fenwick...

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Book Review: ‘The gospel and the Anglican Tradition’

Mar 22, 2018 by

Alan Purser reviews ‘The gospel and the Anglican Tradition’ by Martin Davie (GILEAD Books 2018): Martin Davie has written a useful and timely contribution to the current debate about the value and theological coherence of the Anglican tradition. Useful, because it gathers together in one place...

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