Category Archives: Everyday Theology

Terminator Salvation?

From MercatorNet: So the question provoked by Terminator Salvation is this: is being plain old Humanity 1.0 worthwhile — in spite of our messy emotions, cloudy intelligence, imperfect bodies and unavoidable death? Or should we aspire to move forward to … Continue reading

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Required Reading: D.A. Carson on Being In but Not Of the Digital World

I’ll just say that I find this very convicting. We need to hear competing voices of information from the world around us, use our time in the digital world wisely, and learn to shut that world down when it becomes … Continue reading

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Everyday Theology Reviewed

As you may know, I’m one of the contributors to Everyday Theology. The Spring ’08 Journal of Religion and Popular Culture carries a review by Bucknell University’s Paul Macdonald. I don’t agree with all of his conclusions, but it’s hard … Continue reading

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