Monthly Archives: April 2015

Podcast: Christendom and the Privilege of the Church

The latest Mere Fidelity podcast has just gone online. This week Derek Rishmawy, Matt Lee Anderson, Andrew Wilson, and I discuss the question of whether the Church should enjoy cultural and political privilege. Take a listen and share your thoughts … Continue reading

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Understanding Nature

In the latest discussion over on Passing the Salt Shaker, I attempt to provide a brief introduction to the notion of nature as it functions within natural law thinking: As human beings, we are person-bodies embedded in a larger natural … Continue reading

Posted in Creation, Ethics, Passing the Salt Shaker, Philosophy, Sex and Sexuality, Theological | 15 Comments

Open Mic Thread 26

The open mic thread is where you have the floor and can raise or discuss issues of your choice. There is no such thing as off-topic here. The comments of this thread are free for you to: Discuss things that you … Continue reading

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Northumberland and Durham

The following are some pictures from my last week in Northumberland and Durham. I love the north east of England! Click on any of the pictures to see them more closely or to scroll through them in order.

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Podcast: The Resurrection and Christian Ethics

The latest Mere Fidelity podcast went online yesterday. Within it we discuss the significance that the resurrection has for Christian ethics, particularly focusing upon natural law. Take a listen and share your thoughts in the comments! You can also follow … Continue reading

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