What privileges do we have as Christians? Whatever our situation, we have more privilege than we think we do. What makes us believe in the phenomenon that we believe that we are marginalized when we really are very privileged? How can we model after Jesus and use this privilege to advocate for, minister to, and serve the disenfranchised?
The Uncontrolling Love of God: An Open and Relational Account of Providence by Thomas Jay Oord will be released shortly. It’s not strictly a science book or natural theology, but it is very relevant to conversations about science and faith.
In my continued reading of Alan Jacobs’ A Theology of Reading, I’ve come to his chapter “Kenosis.” He addresses the question of whether someone can love a text in the same self-giving way that one can — even ought to — love another person. Kenosis is the Greek word used in Philippians 2:7 to describe […]