Contours of the Kuyperian Tradition: A Systematic Introduction
Craig G. Bartholomew
InterVarsity Press, 2017. 363pp.
Early in my time with Theologian’s Library, about a year ago, I wrote a review on… 1,261 more words
Latour has begun to refer to “political theology” in some of his recent writing. He begins his first Gifford lecture, for example, by declaring that “the ideas I will pursue in this lecture series could certainly receive the label of… 1,178 more words
For people who are a bit more familiar with the phenomenon of the “Alt-Right” than the media, one notices in their publications, books, and public gatherings a seemingly odd interest in “Paganism.” Alt-Right leaders and faces often consider themselves to be pagan, call for a “re-paganization” of Europe – or if in America claim some Indo-European or Nordic paganism as their own identitarian religious mythos – and consider paganism the “natural religion of the ‘White’ man.” As such, Alt-Right people also often deliberately misconstrue certain philosophers, particularly of German origin, who are perceived in their distorted understanding of paganism to have been “allies” to their cause and critics of Christianity in particular. 1,737 more words