The Paradox of Freedom

Has any topic consumed theologians and philosophers more than the nature of free will? What is the will? What does it mean to be free? How does human freedom and moral responsibility coexist with the sovereignty of God? Certainly, no topic has more divided theologians, philosophers, and believers than the nature of free will. Augustine […]

A Different Kind of Symphony

Scripture is a brilliant symphony about the redemption of a broken world and of sinful people, but what if the musicians and instruments telling the story are using a different kind of “music” than what we assume? What if we’re so used to listening to and analyzing one particular kind of music that we don’t […]

A Tale of Two Hats

Imagine there are two hats on a table in front of you. One says “Biblical Exegesis” and the other says “Analytic Philosophy”. Most of us recognize the importance of wearing the philosophy hat, but even for those who don’t, it’s an indispensable part of daily life. When we learn how to wear it, we wield […]