Theologically Exhausted

I’ve just had the longest post famine in the history of my blog (excluding my honeymoon), I believe. I’m afraid I’m currently focused on work and dissertation, both of which have required significant attention recently….

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Genesis 1 and Exodus 19, A Canonical Connection

Do you find yourself baffled by the Old Testament? You want to apply it to your life, but many passages seem impenetrable and the lessons you hear drawn from others just don’t ring true? One…

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Laissez-Faire Must Not Be Lazy but Must Strive to Promote Fairness

Hunter Baker, evangelical economist (with a new Crossway book coming out soon), made some helpful points in this little blog article. His main point is that conservatives shouldn’t be so pro-capitalist that they overlook the…

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Fish on Faith and Finance

Always provocative. Stanley Fish. …in another popular Christian discourse, there is no way out of debt, and bankruptcy is the condition we are in from the moment of birth. This is a Calvinist discourse in…

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FIRST THINGS: On the Square » Blog Archive » Just Give It Up

First Things will never be the same without Richard Neuhaus. His proto-blog at the end of every issue provided great insight—and, admittedly, some juicy quotes about Catholic doctrine for those of us who still oppose…

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Luther Turns Over in His Grave Again (He’s Been Practically Spinning for Decades, Really)

I saved this when it came out last week and just got around to reading it. I highly recommend you take a look! In recent months, dioceses around the world have been offering Catholics a…

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