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The Modern Mosaic of Science and Religion – by Donovan Schaefer

The Modern Mosaic of Science and Religion – by Donovan Schaefer

Donovan Schaefer September 10, 2016 0

Donovan Schaefer on Peter Harrison’s The Territories of Science and Religion Are science and religion . . .

Modernity and Mineness – By Andrew Dole

Modernity and Mineness – By Andrew Dole

Andrew Dole April 11, 2016 0

Andrew Dole on Kevin Hector’s Theological Project of Modernism My life revolves around a variety . . .

Whose God was Slain? Anthropology and the Diversity of World Christianity – By Jason Bruner

Whose God was Slain? Anthropology and the Diversity of World Christianity – By Jason Bruner

Jason Bruner March 14, 2016 0

Jason Bruner on Timothy Larsen’s The Slain God Is anthropology inherently inimical to the truth . . .

Why Can’t We Be Friends? Karen Armstrong on Religious Violence – By Sarah Rollens

Why Can’t We Be Friends? Karen Armstrong on Religious Violence – By Sarah Rollens

Sarah Rollens November 9, 2015 0

Sarah Rollens on Karen Armstrong’s Fields of Blood Recipe for a popular book on religion: . . .

The Devil – Writ Large and in the Details – By Adam Kotsko

The Devil – Writ Large and in the Details – By Adam Kotsko

Adam Kotsko September 29, 2015 2

Adam Kotsko on Almond’s The Devil and Korpel and de Moor’s Adam, Eve, and the . . .

When America Was Born Again – By Neil J. Young

When America Was Born Again – By Neil J. Young

Neil J. Young August 4, 2015 0

Neil J. Young on Steven P. Miller’s The Age of Evangelicalism: America’s Born-Again Years In . . .

Spectres of the Real Paul and the Prospect of Pauline Scholarship – By T.J. Lang

Spectres of the Real Paul and the Prospect of Pauline Scholarship – By T.J. Lang

T.J. Lang May 26, 2015 0

T.J. Lang on Benjamin L. White’s Remembering Paul The fashionable dictum among historians today is . . .

Theology and the University: A Lover’s Quarrel – Jonathan D. Teubner

Theology and the University: A Lover’s Quarrel – Jonathan D. Teubner

Jonathan D. Teubner May 26, 2015 0

Jonathan D. Teubner on Johannes Zachhuber’s Theology as Science in Nineteenth-Century Germany “A professorship of . . .

Belief Is Not Dead: Science, Theology, and Culture in Graham Ward’s <i>Unbelievable</i> – By Sarah Lane

Belief Is Not Dead: Science, Theology, and Culture in Graham Ward’s Unbelievable – By Sarah Lane

Sarah Lane April 28, 2015 0

Sarah Lane on Graham Ward’s Unbelievable The topic of belief can seem an awkward guest . . .

Religion Evolves – By Patrick Arnold

Religion Evolves – By Patrick Arnold

Patrick Arnold February 3, 2015 0

Patrick Arnold on J.L. Schellenberg’s Evolutionary Religion One of the most radical implications of the . . .