Polydoxy is "a receptive posture toward a manifold of texts within and beyond the corpus" of Christianity for a kindler, gentler era of theology.
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I’ve yet to be convinced that there are clear criteria by which to distinguish who or what counts for the Christian tradition.
What do we do when others sin? This has been, we learn from the letters of Paul, a question that has faced Christians since Jesus walked the earth. When and...
In this post, I argue that theodicies are unbiblical and useless in the face of evil's incoherence. Instead, action is required.
John Milbank's reply to my email, years later, has taught me to appreciate certain things about Evangelicals.
I debunk the myth that the early church was influenced by Greek philosophy in a way that was detrimental.
There is a movement of women who insist that modern feminism as a whole is destructive. But are they right in their critique?
A post about the doctrine of theosis, and how divine melancholy is a necessary step in the process of divinization.
The path to happiness is unflinchingly social, not private, because it takes place in the context of interpersonal and public relationships and behaviours.
In his essay, “Why I am Not Going to Buy a Computer,” Wendell Berry tells the world why he has no intention of buying a computer. Berry makes it...