Keep Your Eyes on the Good: How to Avoid Being Reactionary

Theology, as well as many other disciplines, is inherently reactionary. Almost anything anyone ever says or does is at least in part a reaction against something else, sometimes consciously, sometimes subconsciously, sometimes explicitly, sometimes implicitly. On the one hand, this is necessary and important. It’s important to pay attention to serious errors when they rise … Continue reading Keep Your Eyes on the Good: How to Avoid Being Reactionary

How Not to be a Heretic (Book Review)

The following is a book review/summary of Stephen Bullivant’s work, The Trinity: How Not to be a Heretic. Summary The Trinity is simultaneously one of the most foundational doctrines of the faith and one of the hardest to understand or explain. As Bullivant remarks: Ministers and pastors regularly begin their sermons on Trinity Sunday with a … Continue reading How Not to be a Heretic (Book Review)