Monthly Archives: June 2013

Kallistos Ware on Salvation

Originally posted on the pocket scroll:
While not as far-reaching as John Michael Talbot’s, Kallistos Ware’s beard is still magnificent One of the things that sometimes drives me crazy is when an Eastern Orthodox or Roman Catholic writer says, ‘Protestants…

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“Wrighting the Wrongs of the Reformation”

Dr Kevin Vanhoozer here offers an absolutely brilliant, witty, and winsome analysis and critique of Bishop Tom Wright’s interpretation of St Paul and justification. He also touches on a point that I have wondered about for several years now about … Continue reading

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St Basil the Great versus the Heresiarch

Contra Eunomium was St Basil the Great’s first dogmatic treatise. It represents one of the most important pieces of fourth century reflection on the the doctrine of the Holy Trinity and the nature of theological language. Though Basil would subsequently … Continue reading

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Google Reader gets euthanized

Since I started blogging again, I’ve been using Google Reader to keep up with other blogs. Unfortunately, Google Reader is biting the dust at the end of the month. I have switched to Feedly, using its Chrome extension, and it … Continue reading

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“Liturgy and Eschatology” by Alexander Schmemann

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“On the Doctrine of Atonement” by Robert W. Jenson

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“The Unconditional Freeness of Grace” by James B. Torrance

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