Tag Archives: C.S. Lewis

Two meditations on the sacrament of forgiveness

The book of Sirach says: Do not say, ‘I sinned, yet what has happened to me?’ for the Lord is slow to anger. Do not be so confident of forgiveness that you add sin to sin. Do not say, ‘His … Continue reading

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Theological reasons for preferring B theory to A theory

William Lane Craig has said that it is tremendously difficult to be a Christian and not be an A theorist, since it poses significant theological problems for the Christian. I have wondered what such theological problems he has in mind, … Continue reading

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Eschatological attitudes

It was the thesis of scholars, such as Johannes Weiss and Albert Schweister (King, p.68), that among the fundamental disparities identifiable within the New Testament canon which the historical critical method helped ‘reveal’, were characteristically different attitudes towards eschatology. It … Continue reading

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