On the most recent TNT, Bo threw out a theory that the dichotomy between 'Church & World' doesn't work well anymore. Part of the thought came from the book Rethinking Christ and Culture: A Post-Christendom Perspective by Craig A. Carter which revisits Niebuhr's influential 1951 work "Christ … Read more about Call In Challenge: the Church & the World
This is part of an article I wrote a while ago. I am posting it as background to my blog post "Radical Orthodoxy's Fatal Flaw". It is not written in blog format but for anyone who is interested, I wanted to put it out there. Introduction In After Virtue Alasdair MacIntyre puts forward a … Read more about After MacIntyre
Part 1 I like reading Linbeck.* I used to say that I love Lindbeck but I ran into two snags: I had no idea what people did with Lindbeck. I did not realize that it often led to retreat into a neo-Catholic expression. I did not (and still do not) fully understand that there is some inherent … Read more about The Limits of Language: Lindbeck and Whitehead
I had just come back from Big Tent Phoenix and had a chance to go to Fuller Seminary to hear Stanley Hauerwas. I had read his The Peaceable Kingdom and Resident Aliens. I had also listened to him lecture on John Howard Yoder and several other topics. So, I was excited for the Q&R time - my plan … Read more about What the heck Hauerwas?
Dr. Jeffrey C. Pugh is Professor and Chair of the Department of Religious Studies at Elon University. His new book is called Religionless Christianity: Dietrich Bonhoeffer In Troubled Times. Dr. Pugh talks with Tripp about the life of Bonhoeffer, shares some of the famous words from his Letters … Read more about Bonhoeffer’s Religionless Christianity with Jeffrey C. Pugh: Homebrewed Christianity 49