The Christian Mind

          The Christian Mind: How Should a Christian Think? was originally published in 1963 and written by Harry Blamires who has been described by sources as an Anglican theologian, a literary critic, and a novelist – attributes to which this writer would include noetic philosopher. The edition of Blamires’ work that is under consideration herein forms part … Continue reading The Christian Mind

Theology of Hope

In Theology of Hope: On the Ground and Implications of a Christian Eschatology, Jürgen Moltmann, a German Reformed Theologian, presents an argument for the hope that is within every Christian, and links that  hope to the final end to which Christians look for assurance and direction. The work may be briefly described as a theological/philosophical … Continue reading Theology of Hope

Punishment, Destruction, and Banishment: The Traditional Language of Hell

The doctrine of hell is certainly a Biblical topic, and a such one has a duty to examine the Scriptures in such a way that a conclusion will be supported by valid hermeneutics and exegesis. Every biblical topic has some type of controversy surrounding it, whether the controversy stems from an understanding (or misunderstanding) of … Continue reading Punishment, Destruction, and Banishment: The Traditional Language of Hell