Scot McKnight

Rob Bell Reveals Antagonisms in Love Wins

David Fitch’s new book, The End of Evangelicalism may well provide something of a hermeneutical approach to Rob Bell’s Love Wins. The quick tease. Fitch appropriates Zizek to offer a critique of “evangelicalism.” He takes the reader through Zizek and points out the way ideology functions. Once and … Continue reading

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Decisions Under Duress – Lyle is Repulsed

Sometimes we set the consequences up as the cause for our trouble. We have all likely done so. The matter is taken up in the difference between these two questions, “Are you sorry you got caught with your hand in the cookie jar? or Are you sorry you put Continue reading

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Subverting the Norm – The Hope of Conversations, Part the Fifth

Where do you express your questions? doubts? I recently read a Tweet from a friend who followed the pattern of contending it is the Devil’s trick to fill us with doubt. I always thought he was the “Father of Lies.” I do understand that a lie may make a … Continue reading

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Thinking of Going Virtual at Snow Hill

That’s right. I think we will exchange the embodied life for the virtual life. After all it is more important to say the right things than actually do them. And, if we can get more people to see me, then you can be sure we will have “reached” … Continue reading

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