Random Links 395 on #Theology

RETHINKING THE SEX CRISES IN CATHOLICISM AND ANGLICANISM, PART 1

RETHINKING THE SEX CRISES IN CATHOLICISM AND ANGLICANISM, PART 2

RETHINKING THE SEX CRISES IN CATHOLICISM AND ANGLICANISM, PART 3

I’m glad I slowly ploughed through the three articles.  My favorite line is a quote from Gregory of Nyssa

"Any theory divorced from living examples … is like an unbreathing statue."

My Response to Al Mohler and the Age of the Earth

How Should BioLogos Respond to Dr. Albert Mohler’s Critique: Pete’s Response

Interesting to know why Peter Enn’s had to respond.

He mentioned in his presentation the BioLogos Foundation as a being on the wrong side of this culture war, a since we are not biblical literalists and we feel science affects how we read the biblical account of creation. Along the way, Mohler made numerous statments about Darwin, science, and biblical interpretation that are simply wrong, ungenerous, and potentially misleading to his listeners, so we thought we would respond.

Protest at Appointment of N.T. Wright to St. Andrews

Something a little lighter but no less significant 🙂 Ironic insights.

(1) In the USA Tom Wright is regarded in some circles as the greatest threat to orthodoxy since Marcion, yet in the UK he’s chastised as a traditionalist and no one gives a flying donut roll about his views of Paul.

(2) The liberal left is, well, not really liberal (i.e. generous). They talk and cry about "inclusiveness", "diversity", and "tolerance" which is their gospel, and yet they are not willing to include those who have a different vision of human sexuality, ethics, and religion than they do! And yet they have the gall to call evangelical Christians hypocrites


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