Note to My Readers: from mid-June to mid-August (6/18 - 8/20), I will be taking a summer break from posting new articles for my Thursday and Friday slots. This will only affect my Thursday series on the global growth of Christianity, and my Friday series, the "Theological Bestiary" of birds, both of which will resume in late August. During the summer, I'll be dusting off some of my best essays from the first few years of this blog (a decade ago), as well as my verse play "Thus Ends the World," and re-posting them in the Thursday and Friday slots. All other weekdays will continue to feature new material throughout the summer.

Saturday, April 30, 2016

95 Theses - Links to All Posts

(Painting: "Der Anschlag von Luthers 95 Thesen," by Julius Hübner, 1878)

This is a series of theological essays which give a comprehensive overview of a theological framework that attempts to bridge the gap between modern evangelicalism and the theologians of the early church, while seeking to answer some of the most troubling questions of my generation regarding the theological problem of suffering and the intersections of science and history with Christian belief. The positions these essays explore are largely tentative and open to debate, though on the whole they seek to represent the classic Christian positions on the subjects they treat. If you're looking not for inspirations for theological debate, but rather for a clear explanation of the personal theological positions that underlie my beliefs, teachings, and practices, then please refer to My Theological Statement.

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