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Modern Theological Discourse and the King

The religious landscape is consumed with discourse over controversial issues of theology and ideology. If you take just a brief moment – which will inevitably lead to the loss of an entire day – to peruse the deep of abyss of Twitter retweets and hashtags, you will undoubtedly stumble across well-reasoned arguments – both conservative and liberal – on such topics as women in ministry, homosexuality, evolution/creation, nationalism, the inerrancy of scripture, ecclesiology, eschatology, etc. 854 more words

Rob Bell, Richard Rohr, and the "Jesus tea-strainer" in action

Years ago, when the New Atheists were still a cultural force to be reckoned with, I watched a debate on YouTube between an atheist—I can’t remember who—and a Christian apologist. 786 more words

Living God - living well

It has been a long time since I wrote anything on this ‘Living God’ blog. The ‘Passion in Real Time’ that I wrote during Holy Week and through to Pentecost took a great deal of my attention and after that I went on a number of visits overseas which just seemed to absorb so much time and energy. 1,158 more words

Andrew Nunn

What on Earth Are We to Do about Unbelief? (Part 8 of 10)

Unbelief is rampant in our world.  Specifically, unbelief in the gospel.  What’s a Christian to do?  We have seen from the little epistle of Jude that… 950 more words

Rob Bell

Music and culture of faith...

Alright, so here are a few underrated or less well known things that boost my spiritual Christian walk and faith…

The music of Johnny Cash-an amazing country music icon now sadly passed away. 263 more words

Sin: A sceptic's guide

Why write (or read) about sin? If ever there were a secular swear word, sin would be it. From the Google Ngram below it is evident that except for a short revival during the WWII, the word is falling into disuse: 1,557 more words

Apologetics

is bibloitry a real sin?

We hear the phrase biblotry bandied about often. Many times it is directed to those who hold to a view that the bible  is the. Only source for a Christian . 768 more words