Anthropology

Anthropology is the “single most important theological issue of our day” . . . or is it?

"I could not help but relate it to John Calvin’s comment that 'Nearly all the wisdom we possess, that is to say, true and sound wisdom, consists of two parts: the knowledge of God and of ourselves.'" - Credo

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Examining Our Aspirations & Worship in “The Great Resignation”

"The Great Resignation is an opportunity to reexamine priorities for those who were forced or chose to resign. Perhaps they were able to spend more time with their families, imagine different occupations, or evaluate their careers as divorced from money. The logical next step is to consider what they aspire to do with their lives." - IFWE 

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Antithesis without Common Grace Makes a Devil out of Our Neighbours

"I want to define antithesis and common grace in their historical context to show that these concepts, when held together, help us to maintain a Scriptural balance. They help us remember that the devil is our enemy (not humanity) " - Wyatt Graham

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