Sixty years ago, London publisher Geoffrey Bles first released a revision of four sets of radio talks by an Oxford literature don. The book was called Mere Christianity, and there was nothing “mere” about it. A somewhat disjointed set of C. … Continued
Scholars of religion well into middle age, as I am, remember the excitement of the so-called narrative school of theology breaking over the landscape a few decades ago. Yale historian Hans Frei wrote about The Eclipse of Biblical Narrative as … Continued
Here and here are two recent posts, for Christian Scholar’s Review, on my recent reading of an essay by Christian philosopher Nicholas Wolterstorff critiquing Immanuel Kant. And, yes, faithful reader, Nick Wolterstorff did sign off on them both!