Olson: Is It Scientific to Refuse to Contemplate the Possible Existence of God?

Roger Olson writes about his participation in a recent "conversation" between scientists and theologians from various traditions, and how that conversation left him frustrated. He observes that, as far as he could tell, the conversation was really only in one direction, monologue not dialogue; the theologians were expected to listen to and learn from the … Continue reading Olson: Is It Scientific to Refuse to Contemplate the Possible Existence of God?

Van Loon: Pharisaism, “Sabbath Elevators”, & Gender Roles

Michelle Van Loon writes about pharisaism and gender rules in the church , specifically about a list of 80-something "do's and don'ts" for women in the church that Wayne Grudem has compiled. Her analogy of "Sabbath elevators" (which I'd never heard of) is perfect. Grudem’s list states that either a man or a woman may teach … Continue reading Van Loon: Pharisaism, “Sabbath Elevators”, & Gender Roles