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The Wisdom of Death

The Wisdom of Death

Samuel Loncar April 27, 2017 0

Samuel Loncar considers how death can save our lives All life ends. The heat of . . .

God on the Brain: Cognitive Science and Natural Theology

God on the Brain: Cognitive Science and Natural Theology

MRB April 22, 2017 0

Karolina Prochownik on Helen De Cruz and Johan de Smedt’s A Natural History of Natural . . .

The Genealogy of Ethical Life – by Jon Bialecki

The Genealogy of Ethical Life – by Jon Bialecki

Jon Bialecki September 24, 2016 0

Jon Bialecki on Webb Keane’s Ethical Life I kept on thinking of Nietzsche. I need . . .

Renewing the Heart of Systematic Theology – By Brad East

Renewing the Heart of Systematic Theology – By Brad East

Brad East August 1, 2016 1

Brad East on Katherine Sonderegger’s Systematic Theology, vol. 1 Academics love stories of decline, especially . . .

Practical Factors and Religious Belief – By Michael Pace

Practical Factors and Religious Belief – By Michael Pace

Michael Pace August 1, 2016 0

Michael Pace on Aaron Rizzieri’s Pragmatic Encroachment, Religious Belief, and Practice According to a recent . . .

Augustine on Trial – Ron Haflidson

Augustine on Trial – Ron Haflidson

Ron Haflidson August 1, 2016 0

Ron Haflidson on Paul Rigby’s Theology of Augustine’s Confessions A friend of mine refers to . . .

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 . . .

How Do We Think Human/Animal Differences? – By Ken Stone

How Do We Think Human/Animal Differences? – By Ken Stone

Ken Stone March 14, 2016 0

Ken Stone on Matthew Calarco’s Thinking through Animals One of the most striking developments in . . .

Babylon’s Imperial Allure – By Phillip M. Sherman

Babylon’s Imperial Allure – By Phillip M. Sherman

Phillip M. Sherman February 29, 2016 0

Phillip M. Sherman on Erin Runions’s The Babylon Complex Mythology matters. The stories we tell . . .