Controversial

Urantia, reincarnation and resurrection.

Well, because I know you all are just dying to hear more from the great scholars of the Fifth Epochal

Other Posts

Talking to Mary

I was chatting to a friend at church, and she told me she prayed to Mary. I was initially taken

Book of Jubilees

A Jubilant Adam – The Mythical Man in the Book of Jubilees

Jason is going to look at Adam in the Apocrypha (which one?) but I thought that I might give a

Science

Karl Giberson on Optional Facts for Christians

This kind of critical thinking about sources and expertise is essential in navigating the complexity of our modern scientific world

Philosophy

The Myth of Postmodernism?

Mark Sayers provides an interesting take the war between modernist Christians and those other, hippy, ones – the PostMods. The

Trinity

Is McGrath being fair or a monotheist?

In a subject likely to cause some heartache, the professor has decided to resurrect the controversy known as ‘Was Paul

Biblioblogging

Perhaps the Greatest News to Hit Biblioblogging in a Long Time

Or maybe theoblogging although I don’t see the difference since to make good theology, in my opinion, requires biblical scholarship….

Books

Review: Retrieving Doctrine: Essays in Reformed Theology

In one of the most intellectually stimulating books on doctrine in a very long time, Oliver Crisp, theologian and lecturer