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6/1/18

For thousands of years, since the time of Plato, the gauntlet against divine command theory (DCT) has been thrown down. Relatively recently, Robert Adams has retrieved it engaging the conversation with his modified DCT, in which he invokes the loving nature of God and his revealed will. Linda Zagzebski, however, sees a fly in the…

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5/18/18

When we live the way we are supposed to God is glorified and we are blessed or happy (shalom). The biblical view of happiness is cultivated by living according to biblical virtues, such as justice and righteousness, which are motivated by flourishing (shalom). In this paper, I explore the prophet Isaiah’s prognostication in Isaiah 32:16-17…

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9/1/17

If you have ever heard the term “liberation theology” in conversation but were too embarrassed to ask what it meant or maybe you are already acquainted with the term but you would like a relatively terse description of it, then look no further. In this 10 page paper, you will learn the methodology of one…

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8/24/17

Click on the link below to read about the relationship between what Linda Zagzebski has doctrinally described as a divine attribute, omnisubjectivity,  and what it means for God to change in his emotions. Omnisubjectivity and Passibility

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4/30/17

Category: Papers

What does the Second Vatican Council, Radical Orthodoxy, and Liberation Theology all have in common? Read Assessing the Relationship Between the Ressourcement of Radical Orthodoxy and the Aggiornamento of Liberation Theology in Hope of Ecumenism to find out.

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3/21/13

Category: Papers

If you’ve ever wondered about the relation between meaning (in a material world) and altruism, as well as the relation between happiness and suffering for Christians, then read MacIntyre’s Theistic Eudaimonism in a Fallen World.

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1/19/13

Category: Papers

What does God’s suffering for us (on the cross) to save us and God’s suffering with us to strengthen and comfort us have to do with Christian character formation or Christ-likeness (cruciformity)? To read the full article click the highlighted title (Passibility, Atonement, and Cruciformity) at the bottom of this post. ABSTRACT Does God’s suffering…

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8/31/12

Category: Papers

If you’ve ever wondered about the real roots of Islam, or whether Islam is the religion of peace the liberal Western media portrays it to be, or whether Muhammad is a moral role-model for the modern man, then this article is for you. Below is an abstract of the paper I’ve written in the recently published book Christian Apologetics…

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