Monthly Archives: December 2015

Presenting Limbs and Organs: Baptism and Sacrificial Ethics

A post of mine on the subject of Baptism and Christian obedience has just been posted over on the Theopolis Institute. It is the second of a three part series and continues the argument begun in my first post ‘Sealed … Continue reading

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Transfigured Hermeneutics—Part 1

I have a ten part series on the subject of the Transfiguration coming out over on Reformation21. The first part has just been posted. The events of the Baptism and Transfiguration themselves are similar in some noteworthy respects. When he … Continue reading

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Sealed For Resurrection: Baptism and the Objectivity of the Body

The first of a three part series of posts of mine on baptism and the body has just gone up over on the Theopolis Institute. The action of the ritual of baptism isn’t the act of the candidate, but of … Continue reading

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Open Mic Thread 43

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: The Lord’s Prayer

On the latest Mere Fidelity, Andrew, Derek, Matt, and I discuss the recent controversy over a Church of England ad for the Lord’s Prayer, which was in the news recently as the agency that runs most film advertising in the … Continue reading

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