Monthly Archives: July 2022

The Redemption of Evolution: Maximus the Confessor, The Incarnation, and Modern Science

by Mark Chenoweth Source

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Thomas Allin and the Free Will Defense of Hell

But probably the way in which most people satisfy their own minds, when doubts arise as to the endless nature of future torment, is this: “Endless pain and torment is but the result of sin freely chosen and finally persisted … Continue reading

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Searching for Our Human Face: Depths Within Depths

by Brian C. Moore, Ph.D. The lonely path is always shared. This is the secret of Christ’s Cross. The person is indeed called to a singular destiny, but that destiny is and always was paradoxically communal. No one, perhaps, can … Continue reading

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“At the beginning it was not as if God needed man that he formed Adam, but to have someone to whom to present his benefits”

At the beginning it was not as if God needed man that he formed Adam, but to have someone to whom to present his benefits. For not only before Adam but before the whole creation the Word was glorifying his … Continue reading

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Thomas Allin and the Contagion of Equivocity

My first appeal shall be to that primary revelation of himself which God has implanted in the heart and conscience of man. I am merely expressing the deepest and most mature, though often unspoken, convictions of millions of earnest Christian … Continue reading

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Ilaria Ramelli reviews The Devil’s Redemption

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Searching for Our Human Face: The Babel of Autonomy

by Brian C. Moore, Ph.D. It was well recognized amongst the early church fathers that fragmentation and the Fall went together. “Where there is sin, there is multiplicity”—Origen. “And now, we rend each other like wild beasts”—Maximus the Confessor. “Satan … Continue reading

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Searching for Our Human Face: The Eros of Love

by Brian C. Moore, Ph.D. Everyone born into this earth seeks the path. Each embraces some narrative that claims to tell us who we are, from whence we come and where we are going. Whilst one can learn to read … Continue reading

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