Book Review: Evangelical Faith and the Challenge of Historical Criticism

Today’s book review is of an interesting collection of essays that have found their way into some of my own essays, plenty of conversations, and some of my own thinking. Edited by two Christophers: Hays, a Postdoctoral Fellow at Oxford, … Continued

When the Image of God is Reduced, Damaged, Broken

I believe in the Doctrine of Original Sin. I believe in the Doctrine of Imago Dei.   I believe that for all our mistakes, our brokenness, our sinfulness, everything wrong in every human being, that we bear the hallmark of … Continued

On Church Unity

Pope Francis and some flags – Photo via images.google.com I was recently directed to a very interesting piece on the Telegraph website from Charles Moore, “A new Pope, a new Primate and a new life for Christianity“. The central premise … Continued

Guest Post: Bonhoeffer and Truth

Truth-telling, Hitler, and the triple-agent pastor Recently, I’ve been reading Eric Metaxas’s excellent biography of the great German wartime pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer. I’ve just reached the rather confusing if gripping place where, in 1941, Bonhoeffer heads off to Eastern Germany … Continued

error

I might start a monthly (not more - no way!) newsletter rounding up what's been any good here. Interested? Sign up!