Posts Tagged ‘protestant’

On Smart Christianity: Not Just Interesting Ideas

There is not really a “beyond” in Christian theology, given that everything that we learn in Sunday school is still true when systematic theology rears its dogmatic head. It is impossible to transcend the basics. Although there is a “mere Christianity” that all Christians hold...
July 18th, 2013 | Apologetics, Logic & Rhetoric, Protestant, Religion, The Gospel | Read More

Tradition and Theology: Why I Love the Wesleyan Quadrilateral

I love the Wesleyan Quadrilateral because it is honest. Citing the four main sources of a Christian’s theology—Scripture, tradition, reason, and experience—it describes reality and lays a foundation for Christian leaders to prescribe how Christians should do theology. The Quadrilateral is true...
April 23rd, 2013 | Catholics, Protestant, Religion, The Gospel | Read More

Titillatingly Subversive or Clandestinely Orthodox?

It can be rather exciting to have a minority opinion. You read the forbidden book. You stayed to hear the crazy preacher speak. You worked in your lab late after the wide world went to bed. Everyone thinks you crazy, but no — you are sane and they are the deluded sheep! They rot in the comfort...
March 4th, 2013 | Religion | Read More