Monthly Archives: July 2010

Laughter and meaning

I am punching away at my dissertation and just finished, for the second time, a brilliant book by a German theologian, Karl-Joseph Kuschel. Its called ‘Laughter: A theological reflection‘. He sets out limits to what Christians should laugh at, and how to conceptualize God’s laughter. The … Continue reading

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Critiquing Wayne Grudem’s Political Theology

Wayne Grudem is upright and unafraid to sidestep nuance and preach a strong word about Christian involvement in politics or the public square, that issue amongst others. This stance was appropriate in the setting I saw him in. He was … Continue reading

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