How does God govern the world? What is middle knowledge? Listen in with Ryan Mullins and Ron Highfield
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What is Classical Christian Education? What is the Trivium? How is Classical Christian Education different from contemporary education? Listen in with Wade Ortego on the Faith Colloquium Podcast
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Was there a historical Adam? Is there a conflict between Evolution and the creation story? Listen in with Joshua Swamidass as we discuss his latest book, The Genealogical Adam and Eve.
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As Christians we believe the fact that we exist as embodied creatures is not inconsequential. The Judeo-Christian tradition has always upheld the sacredness of the physical world. Attentive thinkers from Paul to C.S. Lewis have argued that, contra the notion that our bodies are unfortunate barriers and irrelevant to our identities, matter matters to God. The Gnostic philosophy that offered an alternative reality unencumbered by the physical world where we can we find our true selves, was one that Christians took head on in the early church. Could one be both a Gnostic and a faithful Christian? No. Against Gnosticism, the church draws upon its rich resources from the creation narrative itself in which God makes Adam from the dust of the ground to the early creeds which confess that God “was incarnate and was made man,” as we (try to) answer the question, “What does it mean to be human?” Moreover, it is on the grounds that we think our bodies matter that Christian ethics calls for a strict stance on sexual practice, for example. But of course, the necessary presuppositions in place in… Read More »Functional Gnosticism
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