The Unfundamental Conversion
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Evangelicals believe that a long, long, long time ago, when God created the world, God created people with absolute free will to choose sin or righteousness, to choose God or death. The trick, though, is that God knew that man would choose sin. He knew it. And God knew it while also knowing that he …
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Andrew Robert Baxter Designs The Ground of Alien Technologjmy

While I do not fully agree with Dr. R.C. Sproul, this entry is indebted to his lectures on contemporary theology. Lately I haven’t been writing the series on the 20th century theologians and philosophers who influenced progressive Christianity because I’ve been out travelling (OMG, I hiked down the Grand Canyon!!). Anyway, I already covered Tillich …
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So I went to the library today and found a book by Spong called Resurrection: Myth or Reality? This book looks at the origins and development of Christianity, asking if Jesus ever had a bodily resurrection. And that reminded me of why the “progressive” church today is hard for an evangelical or fundamentalist to grasp. …
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Desperation; Who holds your heart?

While I do not fully agree with Dr. R.C. Sproul, this entry is entirely indebted to his lectures on contemporary theology. I am doing a series on the questions that haunt progressive Christianity. Read this introduction. In classical orthodoxy, or classical Christianity as some may call it, historical events of the Bible happened. More importantly, …
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As I have written, I have rejected Calvinism, sola scriptura, and fundamentalism. Additionally, through my studies in philosophy, I lost much faith in the traditional arguments for the existence of God (what we call natural theology). And somehow that has left me reading the blogs of progressive Christians, hoping, searching for faith in an existential …
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