Monthly Archives: May 2018

Vaccillating with Vanhoozer on Biblical Authority 500 years after the Reformation.

Notes from Kevin J Vanhoozer: Biblical Authority After Babel: Retrieving the Solas in the Spirit of Mere Protestant Christianity, Grand Rapids, Brazos, 2016. Kevin Vanhoozer is a Reformed Systematic Theologian and Philosopher and the research professor of systematic theology at … Continue reading

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Was Freud a philospher?

Photo from Life Magazine. I note that Frederick Coplestone doesn’t seem to include Freud in his 11 volumes of the History of Western Philosophy and I wondered why.  Here is what the internet tells me. Sigmund Freud (1856–1939) Was Freud … Continue reading

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What is the best knowledge?

  My partial answer to Coleridge’s question in aphorism 40. 40.  The worth and value of Knowledge is in proportion to the worth and value of its object. What then is the best knowledge? The exactest knowledge of things, is … Continue reading

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Battling with Borg over Meeting Jesus Again for the first time.

QUESTIONS ARISING FROM Marcus J. Borg: Meeting Jesus Again for the First Time, San Francisco, Harper, 1995 American Marcus Borg was brought up in the Lutheran tradition and became an academic and theologian and writer of 28 books on theology, … Continue reading

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