Monthly Archives: November 2015

Moral Sentimentalism and a Mechanized Society

Last year Jake Meador and I had a wide-ranging and stimulating conversation on the subject of Lent, which was published over on Mere Orthodoxy. We both enjoyed the exchange immensely and recently decided to have another e-mail conversation, which we … Continue reading

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Mere Fidelity Patreon

Mere Fidelity has a number of running costs: $135 a month when you include Soundcloud hosting and sound editing. To this point, Matt has very generously paid for all of this for us. However, we could really do with some … Continue reading

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Review of Jonathan Grant’s ‘Divine Sex’

My review of Jonathan Grant’s new book, Divine Sex: A Compelling Vision for Christian Relationships in a Hypersexualized Age, has just been posted over on The Gospel Coalition website. Divine Sex divides into two halves: the first mapping the “modern sexual … Continue reading

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Podcast: The Life You Never Expected

This week’s Mere Fidelity podcast has a very depleted cast; only Andrew and I were around, as both Derek and Matt were at ETS. I took the opportunity to discuss Andrew’s new book, The Life You Never Expected: Thriving While Parenting … Continue reading

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Open Mic Thread 42

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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Podcast: Sacrifice

On Mere Fidelity this week, Derek, Matt, and I discuss Moshe Halbertal’s book, On Sacrifice. I recommend Halbertal’s book very highly. Do share your thoughts in the comments. You can also follow the podcast on iTunes, or using this RSS … Continue reading

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Review of John Barclay’s Paul & the Gift

I have reviewed John Barclay’s outstanding new book, Paul & the Gift, over on Reformation21. This anthropological treatment of ancient and modern understandings of gift paves the way for Barclay’s central thesis: gift/grace is a concept that can legitimately be … Continue reading

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