Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Limitations of Debate – an Excerpt from Neither Complementarian nor Egalitarian

By Mason Slater The following is an excerpt from Neither Complementarian nor Egalitarian, by Michelle Lee-Barnewall.
In her book The Argument Culture, linguist Deborah Tannen asserts that our culture is permeated by a “pervasive warlike atmosphere that makes us approach public dialogue, and just about anything we need to accomplish, as if it were …read more

New Arrival

By Brian Small My thanks to Chris Cowan for a gratis copy of Progressive Covenantalism: Charting a Course between Dispensational and Covenant Theologies, edited by Stephen J. Wellum and Brent E. Parker. Here is the blurb on the back jacket:”Building on the foundation of Kingdom through Covenant (Crossway, 2012), Stephen J. Wellum and …read more

Book Review: The Pauline Effect (Strawbridge)

By Jacob J. Prahlow While the influence of Pauline writings on early Christianity remains widely recognized, few studies investigate the particulars of Paul’s theological and exegetical influence on ante-Nicene Christianity. Beginning this immense task of studying the specific reception histories of Pauline pericopes is Jennifer Strawbridge’s The Pauline Effect, winner of the 2014 SBL-De …read more

7. The Conservative Advantage

By Ken Schenck Jonathan Haidt’s The Righteous Mind continues. I’ve blogged on:1. Introduction2. Intuitive Dogs and Rational Tails3. Elephants Rule4. Three Domains of Morality5. Taste Buds of the Righteous Mind6. The Moral Foundations of PoliticsToday it’s chapter 8: “The Conservative Advantage.”1. Haidt begins with a fun comment on how useless John Kerry’s rhetoric …read more

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