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Were the Theologies of Wyclif and Hus Really That Radical?

Were the Theologies of Wyclif and Hus Really That Radical?

Frans van Liere May 22, 2013 1

Frans van Liere on Ian Christopher Levy’s Holy Scripture and the Quest for Authority at . . .

Has the Grasp of Science Outstripped its Reach?

Has the Grasp of Science Outstripped its Reach?

Francis J. Caponi May 6, 2013 0

Francis J. Caponi on Michael Dodds’s Unlocking Divine Action In Mind and Cosmos: Why the . . .

Can “Neutral” Historical Scholarship Successfully Grasp a Theologian Who Deconstructed his Own Self?

Can “Neutral” Historical Scholarship Successfully Grasp a Theologian Who Deconstructed his Own Self?

Gorazd Kocijančič March 26, 2013 0

Gorazd Kocijančič on Charles M. Stang’s Apophasis and Pseudonymity in Dionysius the Areopagite At the . . .

The Latest Volume in the Kierkegaard Research Series

The Latest Volume in the Kierkegaard Research Series

George Pattison January 29, 2013 1

George Pattison on ed. Jon Stewart’s Kierkegaard’s Influence on Theology, Tome III Kierkegaard Research: Sources, . . .

Strange Bedfellows: Peter Singer and the Church

Strange Bedfellows: Peter Singer and the Church

Christopher M. Hays January 29, 2013 0

Christopher M. Hays on Charles Camosy’s Peter Singer and Christian Ethics To describe the ethics of . . .