Evil is exactly what we perceive it to be: an outrage, an absurdity. It is not good disguised as bad. It is not God’s sovereign will working things out beyond our comprehension. Everything does not, counter to our easy, insipid cliché, “happen for a reason.”
Most aren’t really interested in intersex people at all.
What they really want to know is:
1) What does your work on intersex mean for the marriage debate?
2) How does this research fit into the culture war?
3) Whose side are you on, anyway?
Michael Gorman didn’t intend to write a trilogy; the ideas just kept growing. As he explains in his recent Five […]
Nicholas Wolterstorff is Noah Porter Professor Emeritus of Philosophical Theology at Yale University and one of the world’s […]
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If God cares about me (which I believe he does), he also cares about my cats. And the chicken I brought home for dinner last week. And the spider I washed down the drain.
Paul’s divine Christology ultimately speaks about our lives today. Christology, for Paul, cannot be separated from discipleship, from our relationship with the risen Lord, made possible by the power of the Spirit and the love of the Father.