Month: March 2013


Augustine’s Confessions: A Theological Dialogue

Augustine’s Confessions has long been considered one of the great Christian classics. One of the things that has set it apart from other classical pieces of literature, and thus has allowed it to stand the test of time, is its universality. […]


Harry Potter Reminds Me of Jesus

Disclaimer: this post contains spoilers for those who haven’t seen Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2. I actually enjoyed going to the orthodontist as a teenager. Not only did I get out of school early, but the office I visited had […]


Atonement and Theological Method

Show me your theological method, and I will show you your view of the atonement. Show me that element, that aspect, of your methodology that is the most important to you, that thing that speaks the loudest, that standard by which […]


Argo Drops B Movies, Not Bombs

Sometimes, the best stories are the stories no one is allowed to tell. When those stories come to the surface, it’s a beautiful and fantastic thing. During the height of World War II, the United States government instituted what became known as […]


Maybe It Is Time to Reframe the Question: Are Science and Naturalism Compatible?

Over the last few centuries, there has been a steady but growing consensus amongst intellectuals that religion and science are simply incompatible with one another. This incompatibility is often interpreted as being built into the very natures of both systems. In […]