Tag Archives: theology

Does theology have a reason to exist?

The following is semi-formal discussion of theology and philosophy. While I am passionate about the subject matter, it could come across as stuffy and impersonal compared to my usual posts. I will use words like “situatedness.” Deal with it. Theology … Continue reading

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The “Is Genesis Literal?” Reference

So much has been said already about Genesis that it almost seems a waste to write anything further. But, having studied the subject for a while, I want to provide something of an overview of the contentious issues about Genesis … Continue reading

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Dehumanization: Why I Left the Church I Knew

There is much ado about the “millennials” going around right now, of which I am a part. We’re doing a lot of unusual things, and among them we’re leaving the church. To explain us, everyone is throwing around the latest … Continue reading

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Discerning Ridiculousness

People say a lot of ridiculous things about God, but many don’t have the philosophical knowledge to be able to identify ridiculousness as such. So while I may not be able to give you a long list of sound doctrines, … Continue reading

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