Wisdom and Sin

Experimental Theology: Wisdom and Sin As noted above, students aren't disinterested interlocutors. And very often they are acting in "bad faith," to use Satre's term. That is, they are running from their freedom and responsibilities. They are shopping for an endorsement from an authority figure when they need to start taking responsibility for the hard … Continue reading Wisdom and Sin

Election and coercion….

Experimental Theology: On Election and Coercion | An interesting contrasting and reconciliation of Calvinism, Arminianism, culminating in Universalism.  God gets what God wants without nullification of human "free will". The article gets pretty complicated but that is my understanding of it in a nutshell....

some reading recommendations….

A couple of good articles I read today: Experimental Theology: The Slavery of Death: Part 11, The Pornography of Death   and Experimental Theology: On Walden Pond: "For My Greatest Skill Has Been to Want But Little.". Also started reading Amazon.com: Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom eBook: Rick Hanson: Kindle Store