Ideas and The Kingdom–First Blog Post!

Shortly after the Second World War, C.S. Lewis delivered a message calling attention to the importance of ideas. Lewis writes: If all the world were Christian, it might not matter

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The Biblical Cosmos,  by Robin A. Parry

Here are two claims that seem to be in tension. First, the Bible’s understanding of the universe is based on an ancient science that cannot be held by honest thinkers

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A Theology of the Ordinary, by Julie Canlis

American evangelicals, like Americans in general, are fascinated with being great. We long to live a great life. We want to be impactful. We want to make a difference for

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The Morals of the Story, by David Baggett and Marybeth Baggett

There has been a revival of interest in the moral argument for God over the past 50 years. With ever-increasing sophistication, Christian philosophers and theologians are showing the intimate connection

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The Character Gap, by Christian Miller

As part of Oxford’s Philosophy in Action Series, Christian Miller’s Character Gap argues that we aren’t as good (or bad) as we think we are. As a Professor of Philosophy

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