David Opderbeck on David Bentley Hart’s Tradition and Apocalypse

Author note: We are grateful to Dr. Opderbeck for this review. He is Professor of Law at Seton Hall University Law School and also teaches in Seton Hall’s Department of Religion. In addition to his law degrees, he holds an MAT from Fuller Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. in Systematic and Philosophical Theology from the … Continue reading David Opderbeck on David Bentley Hart’s Tradition and Apocalypse

Did God Set Us Up to Fail? (Jordan Wood Responds)

[Editorial note: Content here is pulled from social media comments and posted by Jesse Hake (with permissions). Some of this same material, along with additional related content, was also posted here.] First, my friend, Maurice Mo Hagar II, asked for help on social media... Did God set us up to fail? What a great question! … Continue reading Did God Set Us Up to Fail? (Jordan Wood Responds)

God’s Goodness and How We Read the Scriptures

Note on provenance: The main content of this post was compiled from Twitter by Aaron Jordan. He shared it in an online group and gave permission for his work to be re-shared here as well. Aaron is a full-time music educator, a part-time choral conductor, a some-time film composer, and a voracious reader, especially of … Continue reading God’s Goodness and How We Read the Scriptures

Critique of Feser’s Review of You Are Gods

Author note: We are grateful to Seth Hart for sharing this informal response here that he first posted in an online forum out of disappointment with Dr. Edward Feser's recent review of David Bentley Hart’s 2022 You Are Gods: On Nature and Supernature. Seth (no relation to David Hart) is a PhD student at Durham … Continue reading Critique of Feser’s Review of You Are Gods

God’s Judgment

Author note: We are grateful to Aaron Berkowitz for sharing this short article that he wrote for his congregation. Aaron is an ordained Presbyterian Minister in the Presbyterian Church USA. He has a bachelors degree in English literature from UC Riverside and a Master of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary. He currently lives just outside … Continue reading God’s Judgment

Justin Martyr, Christ, and Socrates

Author note: we are grateful for this post by guest blogger Jack Boczar. He is a current PhD student in philosophy and has a background in economics and continental philosophy. A few months ago I was talking with an Anselm scholar and we came to the topic of the Church Fathers. Hearing about these men … Continue reading Justin Martyr, Christ, and Socrates

Beren and Lúthien: the Power of Love over Death

Author note: we are grateful for this post by guest blogger Nessa Hake. She is a senior in high school and gave permission to her father, regular blogger Jesse Hake, to post this paper that she wrote for a school assignment. J. R. R. Tolkien disagreed with the practice of allegory for the most part … Continue reading Beren and Lúthien: the Power of Love over Death

A Luminous Adventure: David Bentley Hart’s Kenogaia

Author note: we are grateful for this post by guest blogger Aaron Jordan. He is a full-time music educator, a part-time choral conductor, a some-time film composer, and a voracious reader, especially of theology, spirituality, and poetry. He lives with his wife and two boys in eastern Nebraska. I know next to nothing about Gnosticism, … Continue reading A Luminous Adventure: David Bentley Hart’s Kenogaia

Initial Thoughts on Kenogaia (Contains Spoilers)

Author note: we are grateful for this post by guest blogger Vedant Joshi. Born and raised in London with an Indian descent, Vedant has been exposed to various cultures and religious traditions his entire life. Accordingly, his main interests include world literature and comparative religion which he likes to dive into in his spare time … Continue reading Initial Thoughts on Kenogaia (Contains Spoilers)