Guest Post:Bearing the Marks of Our Mortality

‘Bearing the Marks of Our Mortality’  by Gijsbert van den Brink The question whether humans were mortal before the fall only comes up in a religious, and more specifically a Judeo-Christian, context. That is not just because the notion of the fall refers to the Bible, but also because from a secular point of view it […]

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It’s #LoveActually (part2)

The Implications for ‘professors of faith’ Love is never sure apart from commitment, love is never sane apart from conscience, love is never safe apart from character, love is never stimulated apart from community, and love is never seized apart from courage. Commitment, conscience, character, community, and courage are the defining qualities that make up […]

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It’s #LoveActually (part1)

it is #LOVEACTUALLY Introduction: In Part1 I of this article it addresses the notion of LOVE as being a Universal aspect of the person and character of the God of the Judeo/Christian Scriptures alone—that other notions of God[s] or belief in the nonexistence of the GOD in question cannot offer anything other than utilitarian notions […]

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