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Options to Endure Suffering

and what is needed to sustain a liberal democracy. This follows the transcript of the video done by Nick Wolterstorff and Miroslav Volf. I thought the whole interview was terrific, but the part that really caught my imagination was the … Continue reading

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Wolterstorff and Volf on Religious Persons in Liberal Democracy

Current Dominant Position: Public Policy should be based on “secular morality” or “public reasons” on important matters John Rawls’ “Political Liberalism” position: One of the core principles of the liberal democracy is that all persons are to treat each others … Continue reading

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The fool says in his heart "there is no God" and even Peter's got his doubts

Peter’s question in Luke 12:41 is interesting. What motivated him to ask it? He was clearly referring to the parable that comes right before this verse. This is a parable about the coming of the Son of Man who is … Continue reading

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Miroslav Volf on God's violence or ours

One could object that it is not worthy of God to wield the sword. Is God not love, long-suffering and all-powerful love? A counter-question could go something like this: Is it not a bit too arrogant to presume that our … Continue reading

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