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Dialogues about Theology, Philosophy, Church, and Culture
Dialogues about Theology, Philosophy, Church, and Culture

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What to Look for in a Church
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What to Look for in a Church
What to Look for in a Church
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Beyond Consent
In the recent conversations surrounding sexual harassment and sexual assault, there's one word I've noticed keep coming up: consent. Now I'm glad that culturally we haven't completely lost our moral compass. And there are some thing we universally condemn a...
Beyond Consent
Beyond Consent
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Philosophy and Anger with Greg Sadler
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Theological Hipster Bullies
It seems like we never really grow out of high school social structures. And even theology nerds can grow up to become the new bullies on the block. When I browse around certain theological circles, particularly on the internet, I've discovered a strange hi...
Theological Hipster Bullies
Theological Hipster Bullies
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Why Not Become Eastern Orthodox?
For some time now, I have found myself comfortable within the Anglican tradition, but I have still thought of myself (rightly or wrongly) as an Anglican with some Eastern Orthodox tendencies. And I have to confess that I have questioned and wrestled over wh...
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God, the Undercover Agent?
I will be honest: I find the problem of evil and suffering deeply intellectually and emotionally troubling as someone who is committed to Christian theism.  I've thought through many of the classic responses, and while I think some of them can bear some of ...
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Believe the Right Things for the Right Reasons
One of my favorite passages in Plato's Republic is in Book II immediately after Thrasymachus' argument with Socrates concerning justice. Thrasymachus argues that justice is only the advantage of the stronger, and Socrates breaks down Thrasymachus' argument....
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"Post-Evangelical" Evangelicals
For a long time there has been a trend among North American evangelicals who grow up in conservative evangelical culture, and then at some point leave "traditional" evangelicalism for some flavor of progressive Christianity. On the popular level,  I'm think...
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In Defense of Beauty and the Beast: A reply to John Mark Reynolds
John Mark Reynolds wrote a critique of Disney's Beauty and the Beast here , and here . Dr. Reynolds has been tremendously influential in my own intellectual formation, and I am nearly always in agreement with him. So I was somewhat surprised by his critique...
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Conversation with Apollos Cassian
SV: When did the journey to the Orthodox church begin for you? AC: I was doing youth ministry for three years at a local church, and I began to meet with a priest down the street at the Catholic church. And it was at that point that I was faced with a diffi...
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