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Philosophy & Epistemology

Absolutes - 22 articles
Emergent Evangelism
The place of absolute truths in a postmodern world—two views.

Taking C.S. Lewis Seriously
Apologetics and the personal heresy


Agnosticism - 11 articles
Hearing Voices
How can you tell a prophet from a fruitcake? (Hint: If you're instructed to murder someone, be skeptical)

Thomas the Unbeliever
A new doubting Thomas finds few answers


Assumptions - 7 articles
You Can't Believe Everything You Hear about Church Growth

The Great Assumption
What is motivating Seeker-sensitive worship?

Boundaries can lengthen and strengthen your ministry.


Cause and effect - 2 articles
Plan B (for Bad)
Christians fight to keep 'morning-after-pill' under the counter.

Theology on the Edge
When competing ideologies had fragmented Christian thought, Thomas forged a solution.

Cynicism - 15 articles
Now That I'm a Grown-Up
Essays on Christian Character

Does Preaching Really Matter?

Epistemology - 0 articles

Free will - 33 articles
Your Chip Is Showing
Four recent films show a battle for control among men, women, and machines.

The Punk Rocker with a Ph.D.
Greg Graffin, frontman of Bad Religion, has a freshly minted doctorate in evolutionary biology and a new album coming soon.

"Weblog: Forty Years Later, C.S. Lewis's Influence Tops JFK"
Some of those articles we promised last week


Gnosticism - 27 articles
Sex and the Single Christian
No, chastity isn't archaic.

Time Goes Gnostic
"Christmas, Carl Henry, more Gnostics, and other articles from online sources around the world"

Breaking The Da Vinci Code
So the divine Jesus and infallible Word emerged out of a fourth-century power-play? Get real.


Hermeneutics - 21 articles
Opponents of Allegory
The scholars at Antioch rejected allegory in favor of history. But their interpretive method led some into heresy.

Christian Esperanto
We must learn other cultural tongues

"Top Ten News Stories, 2002"
"The events, people, and ideas of the past year that have or will significantly shape evangelical life, thought, or mission"


Higher criticism - 9 articles
Evasive Maneuvers
Can Protestant historians play by the rules of the secular academy without giving the game away?

Thomas the Unbeliever
A new doubting Thomas finds few answers

Uncompromising Positions
Hitchens and Orwell


Humanism - 36 articles
An Emperor of Art
The life and films of Akira Kurosawa.

The Death and Rebirth of Ivan Illich
A call to Christian conspiracy.

Whose Natural Theology?


Idealism - 10 articles
Church of Your Dreams

Can I Predict When Down Times Are Going to Hit?
Starting Out and Staying In


Immanence - 2 articles
Divine Theater
God's weightiness in worship.

A Fifty-Year Walk
Reflections on God's immanence in creation.

Interpretation - 73 articles
Crash-Helmet Christianity
Talking about the real Jesus is a dangerous thing.

Rediscovering the Language Jesus Spoke
Millions of Americans have spent two hours listening to the characters in Mel Gibson's The Passion of The Christ speaking in an exotic, unfamiliar tongue. Yet not all find Aramaic so alien.

The Habits of Highly Effective Bible Readers
What we can learn from the church fathers that will enrich our own Bible study


Modernism - 61 articles
Emergent Evangelism
The place of absolute truths in a postmodern world—two views.

Lewis the Letter-Writer
An unconscious autobiography in two volumes of correspondence.

John Eldredge thinks too many Christians are weak, and churches are often insipid-and he's not going to take it anymore


Mysticism - 41 articles
The Invention of Modern Witchcraft
A surprising genealogy of neopaganism.

"At No Time Conspicuous, as a Party, for Talent or Learning"
Newman and evangelicalism.

Battle Cry
"John Eldredge calls men, and now women, to a mythical, mystical adventure of faith"


Nietzsche, Frederick - 1 articles
How Nietzsche Found Jesus
Was the antichrist really religious?

Pascal, Blaise - 8 articles
Books & Culture's Book of the Week: Divine Numbers
Can you say Christian and mathematics in the same sentence?

Creation's Symmetries, God's Mystery
Blaise Pascal pioneered in math and physics but drew faith from revelation alone.

Anglican Priest Hopes to Boldly Go Where No Clergyman Has Gone Before
Ken Clapham wants to be the international space station's chaplain.


Perception and reality - 5 articles
What Heresy?
The things Neo-Gnostic seekers find lacking in Christianity-experiential insight, mysticism, a direct link to God-are already there

Beneath the Orange and Green
A survey shows Northern Ireland's hope lies in its churchgoers.

Trained to Kill
A military expert on the psychology of killing explains how today's media condition kids to pull the trigger.


Philosophy - 203 articles
Holy Animals
The stories of Joy Williams.

Worldview Boot Camp
Evangelical young people need training in the truth about truth.

Everything That Rises Must Converge
The inevitable and preordained trajectories of evolution.


Postmodernism - 155 articles
Tell Me the Old, Old Story—and Make It New
Apologetics for our time.

The Groves of Academe
A Pietist with a Ph.D.: Remembering Stanley J. Grenz

Good News or Old News?
The Via Negativa as Road to Renewal


Reality - 58 articles
Our Real Work
Running Into Reality

The Passion of Mel Gibson
Why evangelicals are cheering a movie with profoundly Catholic sensibilities.


Reason - 59 articles
The Carl Henry that Might Have Been
Carl Henry will be remembered as someone who, in a confusing age, held forth the solid middle of a faith that fortifies the whole human person against the fraying ends of irrationalism and superstition.

Taking C.S. Lewis Seriously
Apologetics and the personal heresy


Relativism - 42 articles
Reaching the "Happy-Thinking Pagan"

Speaking Truth in a Relativistic Society

Opening the Closed American Mind


Skepticism - 49 articles
Reaching the Post-Christian
They're today's non-seekers, who've seen Christianity and think they have reasons for rejecting it.

Reaching the "Happy-Thinking Pagan"

Preaching to the Disinclined


Universalism - 24 articles
'Ragamuffin' Author Brennan Manning Dies
The patched-up life and unshabby message of Brennan Manning.

Dark Thoughts
Hoping that all will be saved.

The Ecstatic Heresy
Seeking a superficial unity, some denominational leaders opt for feelings over facts.