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  • Summary of how hope for a heavenly afterlife supplanted hope for resurrection in popular Christian theology
  • Some thoughts on artificial intelligence in relation to theological anthropology
  • Barth’s aversion to natural theology is Christologically problematic
  • The theological disciplines: An orientation for the perplexed
  • History as subject to the eschaton
  • On bodies and souls
  • Theological method, spiritual formation, and textual criticism - Thoughts on Croasmun and Kennedy’s “Improving on ‘Original Manuscripts’”
  • On history, truth, and postmodernism
  • St. Cyril on not denying the communication of attributes
  • On the development of canonicity and its relation to the technological development of the codex
  • “Us” and “them” in political theology
  • Diversity is a gift
  • On the meaning of orthodoxy and heresy
  • On the flawed soteriology of the “sinner’s prayer”
  • On why theologians give complex answers to seemingly simple questions
  • Short explanation regarding Jesus’ human finitude
  • On hearing God
  • The Significance of the Cross of Christ
  • On Romans 13:1
  • The way of Christ is hard
  • Notes on McMartin, Jason. “The Theandric Union as Imago Dei and Capax Dei.” In Christology, Ancient & Modern: Explorations in Constructive Theology, edited by Oliver D. Crisp and Fred Sanders, 136–50. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2013
  • On why “fully” is a bad description for divine presence
  • “Aid” for “developing” nations and Western ideological imposition
  • On human suffering and the problem of evil
  • Thoughts on fostering theologically rich worship music
  • Interaction with Maria on theological anthropology
  • Usefulness and limitations of the “Wesleyan quadrilateral” for theological method
  • Vineyard sacramentality in relation to other Christian traditions
  • Eucharistic christology and eschatological christology
  • Evangelical theological method and the loss of charismatic experience
  • Relation of meaning between crucifixion and resurrection