Category Archives: theology

Netodoxy & Its Apologists: Caveat fidelis

“The wise conceal knowledge, but the mouth of the fool is close to confusion.” – Proverbs 10:14 I have a confession. I despise with an unbridled passion online Christian apologetics. It is a paradoxical sentiment given that so much of … Continue reading

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On the Stupidity of Conciliar Fundamentalism: It Leads to Schism

In a recent article at Orthodox Christian Theology, Craig Truglia wrote that a strong case can be made for defeating the so-called heresy of apokatastasis by invoking the doctrine of conciliar fundamentalism. He had written the article in response to … Continue reading

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That All Shall Be Saved: A Review

David Bentley Hart’s That All Shall Be Saved: Heaven, Hell, and Universal Salvation is a most excellent book that makes a series of compelling arguments in favor of the eventual salvation of all of humanity and that Hell itself is most … Continue reading

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Brief Comments on David Bentley Hart’s Article Concerning the Lord’s Prayer

Recently Professor David Bentley Hart has published an article on the Lord’s Prayer found in Matthew 6:9-13 and Luke 11:2-4. I quite enjoyed the article for its thought-provoking critique of the many present-day Christians, who do not adequately acknowledge the … Continue reading

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Pelagius Explored: On His Own Terms Part Three/Conclusion

Note (added October 2019): It has been some time since I have come to this conclusion, but I am compelled to say, even if my explanation is not fully clear, that lack of stark separation between nature and grace in … Continue reading

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Pelagius Explored: On His Own Terms Part Two

In Part One of my series on Pelagius, I had previously discussed the historical context in which Pelagius developed his doctrines regarding grace and free will. Additionally I mentioned the three types of graces that Pelagius believed in: die Schöpfungsgnade … Continue reading

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Pelagius Explored: On His Own Terms Part One

Issues regarding free will, consciousness, autonomy, and human nature have always fascinated me, both from the philosophical perspective and the theological perspective. One of the most interesting subjects within Christian theology has always been the subject of human free will … Continue reading

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