Theology and Culture

To revisit quickly this post (see here), I wanted to follow-up with one of the comments.  One reader (Jean), noted: “I look forward to hearing your take on how FG theology creates that subculture.” One would have to write a book or a series of posts to really address the assertion that theology creates culture, […]

Not all Fundamentalism is Religious

Putting aside the paradox that perhaps all fundamentalism is religious because the narratives we inhabit should be thought of as that which we believe reflect ultimate concern/absolute meaning and truth comprehensively—even if that ultimate concern/meaning and truth is that there no such thing, i.e. empiricism or positivism, I will still use this title as a […]