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On Wednesday 21 September Leonard Cohen turned 82.
My Jeremiah post on evil a week ago today generated a number of fruitful responses to the conundrum of a God who “shapes evil” against people.
Last Sunday I attempted to preach on Jeremiah 18:11. I remain unsettled and unsatisfied with the result.
All reading is interpretation.
The testimony of much of Scripture, bears witness to the conviction that Jesus came to break down dividing walls and uncover the reality of the oneness of all humanity.
I suppose it should come as no surprise that, as a Christian preacher, the name Jesus crops up fairly frequently in my speaking and appears often in my writing.
Whatever other of Marc Galli’s recently published eight “salient values” that he suggests Dr. Hawkins may have violated she certainly did not violate #2.
Assuming presumably that they have not already exhausted the potential of conversation, “Christianity Today” editor Marc Galli recently urged Wheaton College and suspended political science professor Larycia Hawkins to sit down and “Reason Together.”
As the controversy over, perhaps soon-to-be ex-tenured associate professor of political science at Wheaton College Larycia Hawkins continues to boil, it is worth thinking about the statement that got her into trouble.
Nate Haken is a graduate of the Wheaton College which has become notorious for its recent decision to suspend with pay a professor who dared claim that Christians and Muslims worship the same God.