Category Archives: Doctrine of Creation

Eschatology and Anthropology

There’s a lively discussion at the moment about the possibility — or indeed, the inevitability — of universal salvation. TJ White’s treatment of Christ’s descent into hell in his recent Incarnate Lord includes some helpful discussion of universalism that clearly locates what I … Continue reading

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Hugo riffs Berkeley

“Tous les aspects des choses sont des pensées de Dieu” (Victor Hugo, Les Miserables, Tome III, Ch. 4).

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Darwin vs. the doctrine of God or of creation?

Gregory suggests — and here he’s one of about 150 Christian intellectual historians of late — that Darwinism only affects the doctrine of God if we succumb to theologically shallow “metaphysical univocity” (a la Scotus). And about that he’s probably … Continue reading

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