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Seven Thoughts about Engaging Well in Disputes
Some people have labeled me a “public theologian.” This is intended as...
About the Creation Project
The Creation Project is a three year initiative designed to nurture evangelical engagement with the doctrine of creation in all of its historical, theological, and scientific complexity.
Throughout the initiative Sapientia will host an ongoing conversation that provides up-to-date, expert, theological reflection on the pressing issues facing evangelicals within the doctrine of creation, and at the intersection of contemporary science and theology.
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Irenaeus: Creation & the Father's Two Hands
Irenaeus did not author a commentary on Genesis, as did other early Christian thinkers. Nor...
Anthony Briggman | April 19, 2017
Reading Genesis with the Church
As a member of my church’s education committee, I share the duty of planning and...
Keith Stanglin | April 12, 2017
An Early Retirement? An Interview with C. John Collins
No, Jack Collins--Professor of Old Testament at Covenant Seminary--has not decided to retire. At least...
Geoffrey Fulkerson | April 6, 2017
RIP, Genre: The Idea Has Run Its Course
The English language borrowed the word genre from French, which was in turn derived from...
C. John Collins | April 4, 2017
A Proposal to End All Wars
American evangelicals have come a long way. Since the last century, they have tried to...
Hans Madueme | March 20, 2017