Link: A Brief Debate About the Banishment of Theological Reasoning: Theology As Knowledge on ‘First Things’

Link: A Brief Debate About the Banishment of Theological Reasoning: Theology As Knowledge on ‘First Things’

Why do Christians sometimes seem so adversarial toward higher learning, criticism, and reason?

Some learned voices on how it all started, what it all means, and when it will ever end. When all Christian forms of reason are banished from these spheres a priori, then by definition Christians must find their general output objectionable.

5 thoughts on “Link: A Brief Debate About the Banishment of Theological Reasoning: Theology As Knowledge on ‘First Things’

  1. AR thanks for your interesting declaration, although you don’t see poetry in this, I do and I apologize for this. I eagerly await what you have to bring to the table, and I encourage you to bring it.

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    • All right, I admit a few of the statements were somewhat poetically formed. And it does have a certain rhythm to it. It’s not a poem, though, just a rant that’s slightly poetic at some points. I’ll go that far. 🙂

      Thanks for the compliment, and thanks for coming over.

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