Many of you no doubt are familiar with this Christmas hymn, “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel”: O come, O come, Emmanuel And ransom captive Israel That mourns in lonely exile here Until the son of God appear Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel Shall come to thee, O Israel. Actually, it is an […]Continue Reading
Cynthia Shafer-Elliott (Ph.D., The University of Sheffield, England) is an Associate Dean of the School of Theology and Leadership and […]Continue Reading
My point: Belligerence in theological discussions is a reaction to a deep fear—typically unperceived—that one’s metanarrative is under threat. Let […]Continue Reading
In my last post we looked at one problem with Mohler’s theory that the cosmos was created to look billions […]Continue Reading
What Al Mohler Thinks about the Bible and Evolution (and why I am concerned enough to write about it).
Rev. Al Mohler holds strong views on the Bible, what it means to read it correctly, and how taking the […]Continue Reading