Showing posts from April, 2010

New Handbook of Doctrine 2010

I just found out today that The Salvation Army's new Handbook of Doctrine (2010) is available for download over at the International Headquarters Website . I plan to read through this soon and provide a review shortly. Come back soon to see it. Thanks Adam

Jesus, Paul and the People of God: A Theological Dialogue with N.T. Wright

The 19th Annual Wheaton Conference took place recently and included speakers such as Richard Hayes and Kevin Vanhoozer in dialogue with N.T. Wright regarding his writings. You can access video or mp3 files of this conference at this link . Enjoy! Adam

The search for equality continues...

I found this article in the newspaper the other day and found it intriguing and challenging. Hopefully you will find the choice to provide a link to it in my blog an ironic one. Adam

A theory of everything?

In the 1950’s one of the great scientific races of all time ended. The discovery of the double helix structure of DNA, the building blocks of life, opened the door to many more significant scientific breakthroughs in our time. This discovery has had a huge impact on our understanding of life as we know it, and in particular has provided the framework for some very significant developments in the areas of medical research and criminal investigations. In the twenty-first century a new race is on, for the elusive “theory of everything”. The challenge here involves drawing together multiple, widely accepted, but at times seemingly contradictory theories (such as quantum theory, the theory of relativity, string theory, etc) under a single unifying whole – the so-called, but yet to be discovered, “theory of everything”.This challenge is proving particularly elusive for scientists, but I believe the church also needs to embark upon a similar quest lest it continue on a path of segmentation