Monthly Archives: July 2010

A Thought Exercise for Theology

As you may have noticed, lately I have been consumed by the thoughts of the practice of theology, primarily spurred on initially by Karl Barth’s Evangelical Theology, which I hope to write some thoughts on in the coming days. But … Continue reading

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Too Christocentric?

One of the critiques of Karl Barth’s theology is that he is too Christocentric. These arguments are not without merit. Barth interprets everything in the Bible in light of the radical event of Jesus Christ. I mean, absolutely everything. Is … Continue reading

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Searching for Identity

Recently, some peers have come encountered difficulty in their young lives. I have talked with these people numerous times. Most of my time has been spent listening. What I find is that these people are grasping for anything to hold … Continue reading

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Election and American Individualism

During my freshman year of college, I was exposed to the doctrine of election. Little did I know that a few short years later, I would myself subscribe to such a doctrine. At the time, it was ludicrous. Of course … Continue reading

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A Culture of Idolatry

Brian Walsh has written a powerful targum on Romans 1:16-32. I suggest you read it.

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How Big Should the Government Be?

Following up on yesterday’s post, I want to direct you to an enlightening article by the Washington Post on the size of the military. Be warned that the article is long, yet it is worth every minute of your time. … Continue reading

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Total Depravity and the Government

Conservatives want a small government. Liberals want a larger government. It seems like every election year the reasons for both sides are brought up, some more valid than others. But what if (there’s that question) we think about this issue … Continue reading

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