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Disability and the Resurrection

April, 2022

Will (all) disabilities be (completely) healed in the resurrection?

Contributors
D. Christopher Ralston
John Berkman
Devan Stahl
Brian Brock
Benjamin T. Conner
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Transhumanism and the Image of God
Nathan Barczi
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How Should We Understand Miracles?
Hans Madueme
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Fallenness and Flourishing

September, 2022

The failures that come as a result of sin are expressed in widespread unhappiness and in that most misunderstood of the seven deadly sins, sloth. Hud Hudson provides a constructive proposal for responding to this predicament featuring the virtue of obedience.

Contributors
James Arcadi
Kent Dunnington
Olli-Pekka Vainio
Charity Anderson
Michael W. Austin
Hud Hudson
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The Art of Living
Joshua Jipp
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You Are Not Your Own
Joey Sherrard
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Sacred Earth? Norman Wirzba on Humanity’s Place in a Wounded World
Gijsbert van den Brink
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What to Do with This Life?
Vincent Bacote
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