David Bentley Hart has never been a man of the Church, devoted to its orthodoxy, dedicated to the emerging wisdom of the Christian community and its Great Tradition. Continue Reading »
Universalism begins with the ancient gnostics, and once embraced by Christians, tends to unravel every major Christian dogma. This powerful tendency helps us understand—if not explain—Hart’s fall into Hindu metaphysics and gnostic theology.
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Christian parents often assume that evangelical institutions are free from such secular ideologies. But recent developments at three leading evangelical schools suggest they need to look more carefully. Continue Reading »
The “social justice” that progressives peddle is neither social (it divides) nor just (it is racist). Worse, it is contrary to the Christian gospel. Continue Reading »
The new religion of anti-racism encourages people to practice what Jesus condemned: “Do not judge, lest you too be judged” (Matt. 7:1). Continue Reading »
Many church leaders and parishioners are adopting a race narrative that is empirically and theologically suspect. Continue Reading »
When misused, theology can spell the difference between life and death. Continue Reading »
We should regard an attack on Jews as an attack on our spiritual cousins, God’s beloved people who gave us our Messiah and salvation. Continue Reading »
Traditional Protestants, alarmed by Pope Francis's unorthodox statements, appreciate Fr. Thomas Weinandy's principled stand against Amoris Laetitia. Continue Reading »
Are Mormons really moving closer to Orthodoxy? According to Richard Mouw, retired president of Fuller Seminary, they are. But I am not so sure that the examples he gives represent a real theological movement.