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French Fries and Pornography: Another Lesson from Evolution

Posted by PeteEnns on March 18, 2017 in Christianity and evolution guest posts 12 Comments

Today’s post is the second of two by Matthew Nelson Hill (see first post here). Matthew’s first book, Evolution and Holiness: Sociobiology, Altruism and the Quest for Wesleyan Perfection, recently came out with IVP-Academic. These posts are taken from his follow-up book (IVP, in progress) that deals with the practical implications of understanding evolution for the Christian life. ********** We

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What a Woman on a Magazine Cover Teaches Us about Evolution

Posted by PeteEnns on March 17, 2017 in Christianity and evolution guest posts 7 Comments

Today’s post is by Matthew Nelson Hill (PhD Durham University) of Spring Arbor University (Michigan), where he is director of the E.P. Hart Honors Program and Associate Professor of Philosophy in the Department of Theology. Matthew’s first book, Evolution and Holiness: Sociobiology, Altruism and the Quest for Wesleyan Perfection, recently came out with IVP-Academic. I know. So far this guy

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thinking differently about the inspiration and authority of the Bible

Posted by PeteEnns on November 18, 2015 in Evangelicalism guest posts 25 Comments

Today’s guest post is by Carlos Bovell about his new book, Biblical Inspiration and the Authority of Scripture.  Bovell, a graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary and The Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto, is a frequent contributor to this blog (for a recent post go here or just search for Bovell). He is the author of Inerrancy and the Spiritual Formation of

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the Bible and the 21st century: there’s a different kind of app for that

Posted by PeteEnns on August 18, 2015 in guest posts 2 Comments

Today’s guest post is by Andrew Breitenberg, co-founder of Parallel Bible, an innovate and fascinating Bible app described below. Andrew’s other work can be found here. ***** There has been little innovation to the form of the Bible since John Gutenberg developed his cutting-edge printing technology in the mid-1400s. What was once an oral tradition and

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placing our hope where it belongs

Posted by PeteEnns on August 14, 2015 in Christian faith and life guest posts 16 Comments

Today’s post is the last of a 5-part series, “Making Peace with Mortality,” by Dr. Margaret Peterson, associate professor of theology at Eastern University. Peterson’s Ph.D. is in theology and ethics from Duke University. She received her first education in end-of-life care twenty years ago, as her first husband was living with and then dying

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dying in peace, not at war

Posted by PeteEnns on August 12, 2015 in Christian faith and life guest posts

Today’s post is the 3rd of a 5-part series, “Making Peace with Mortality,” by Dr. Margaret Peterson, associate professor of theology at Eastern University. Peterson’s Ph.D. is in theology and ethics from Duke University. She received her first education in end-of-life care twenty years ago, as her first husband was living with and then dying

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