Moral Coherence is a Premise, Not a Theory

Forgive me if these thoughts seem poorly thought out. ¬†They undoubtedly are. —– Brueggemann has forced qb into a tight corner, and the only tactic that seems to hold any promise of extricating qb from the corner is to entertain the idea that the satan’s primary way of corrupting God’s creation was not in introducingContinue reading “Moral Coherence is a Premise, Not a Theory”

Be Careful. Be Very, Very Careful.

It is a dangerous thing to spend a lot of quality time with theodicy. —– OK, so let’s add to our glossary of theological terms. ¬†Essentially, “theodicy” refers to the problem of suffering in a God-created world and asks questions about God’s complicity – tacit, passive, or active – in the evil that humans experienceContinue reading “Be Careful. Be Very, Very Careful.”