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Broadly speaking, natural theology concerns everything that can be known about God apart from divine special revelation. This typically amounts to one or another argument for God from some particular aspect of the world. For example, (1) natural human desires have ends that satisfy them—for hunger, food; thirst, water; etc. (2) Humans seem naturally to […]

Caleb Frens
Wednesday, September 29th 2021

I’m coming, I admit, a little late to the party (about 13 years to be exact). Over the past few months I’ve had the opportunity to read Charles Taylor’s A Secular Age.[1] If you haven’t read it yet, the book basically tries to tell the “story” (his word, not mine) of how we got to […]

Caleb Frens
Monday, August 24th 2020

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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