Monthly Archives: October 2013

Met Anthony Bloom on Prayer

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Conversations with Poppi: Creation for Jesus

Solveig: I’m sure God knew everything that we think of.  I’m sure he knew way back in the twelve-hundreds there would be electricity.  I’m sure he knew about calculus before there was even math. Poppi: What would you say if … Continue reading

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Michael Ramsey: The Most Interesting Theologian in the World

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Conversations with Poppi: Baptism and the Spirit

Solveig: Bring up something. Poppi: Let’s talk about communion some more. S: Okay. But why don’t we talk about baptism? That’s a lot more interesting as a conversation. P: You think so? Why? S: Well, communion to me is just one basic fact; … Continue reading

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Conversations with Poppi

Robert W. Jenson is one of the most important, creative, and erudite American theologians of the past thirty years.  His theology can be described as idiosyncratic at points; but it is always at these points that he challenges our inherited … Continue reading

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N. T. Wright on Life after Life After Death

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There are presently three ways to receive notifications when new articles are published on Eclectic Orthodoxy: 1) Twitter.  At the top of the sidebar there is a little Twitter button.  Click it.  Of course, if you are not on Twitter, … Continue reading

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The Abolishment of Retribution in the Church Fathers

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