Union with Christ in the New Testament: A Provocative Exegesis of the Final Judgment

[Caveat lector: Necessarily, this post will be an overly brief and superficial treatment of the immense subjects under discussion. As always, questions and comments are not only welcome, but strongly encouraged.] The Protestant doctrine of justification by faith alone (sola fide) has been a matter for drawing swords and shedding ink (at least) ever since… Continue reading

Take and Read. Take and Live.

The history of philosophy is full of distinctions without differences. We like drawing the distinctions; it feels like we’re gaining knowledge by carving out definitions. But the world of experience tends to be more complex than our language games – fortunately and unfortunately. Unfortunately, because we often fool ourselves into confusing opinions with knowledge. Fortunately,… Continue reading