This book provides a framework for Augustine's understanding of will, an aspect of his thought that has proven to be both essential and inscrutable. Han-luen Kantzer Komline demonstrates that Augustine's view is "theologically differentiated," comprising four distinct types of human will, which correspond to four different theological scenarios. This account of the Augustinian will gives a comprehensive picture of the development and mature shape of Augustine's thinking on this vital yet perennially puzzling topic.
In this multi-piece series, which includes a summary article, two book symposium, and an an interview with award-winning authors, Sapientia takes a closer look at the state of the rural church.
This book examines the way evangelicals handle science-theology conflicts and read Scripture in light thereof. It claims the “battle” between science and theology has been oversimplified and in some arenas misreported.