Rethinking “Inspiration” – 04 (abstract)

Kevin Davis’ thoughtful and generous reply to a previous post on this topic demands a thoughtful answer, which will come in due course.  Now that the holidays are coming to a close, I expect to return to the thread in a couple of weeks after I re-engage with some of the scholarly literature on theContinue reading “Rethinking “Inspiration” – 04 (abstract)”

Some Sanity, Please

Liberals accuse conservatives of terribly overwrought rhetoric.  But as is his wont, George Will exposes the left’s own overheated posturing and its neglect of plain facts, among which is this:  since 1952, aliens have been required by federal law to carry identification on their persons.  From the nave to the White House, liberals are tryingContinue reading “Some Sanity, Please”

What is it With These Anglicans, Anyway?

It occurred to me that the gentle reader may not detect the winsome tone of the last paragraph below.  So in order to clarify that a bit without insulting the gentle reader’s intelligence, qb would like to give a bit of a hint.  Some years ago, my eldest sister gave my mom a birthday orContinue reading “What is it With These Anglicans, Anyway?”

Our Many Debts to Catholicism

I will shortly post an excerpt from Michael Casey’s Sacred Reading:  The Ancient Art of Lectio Divina.  Casey is an Australian Catholic monk from Tarrawarra.  Suffice to say for now that we evangelicals – and I’m not so sure I am one, after all that – owe a great debt to the Catholic Church andContinue reading “Our Many Debts to Catholicism”