Monthly Archives: June 2016

WWJD? is Silly

Now that I have your attention, allow me elaborate. I have just read Dennis Hollinger’s Choosing the Good and I was deeply vexed by the question of how we should work out our Christian ethic within such a pluralistic and contextual milieu. If I am being honest, I love what Post-modernity has done for organized religion-I […]

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Here is short excerpt from my most recent essay on libertarian free-will. What you will find is a succint, yet respectful refutation of the deterministic (Calvinism) view of God. …Years later I have realized a great irony- Romans 9, when taken in its proper context, does not support determinism (Calvinism, predestination, election, etc.) at all. […]

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