Archive | June, 2014

My Summer Reading List

  Roy Clouser. The Myth of Religious Neutrality. University of Notre Dame Press, 2005. So I am currently on a kick against modernist philosophy, and its pretentions to “objectivity.” I’m also searching for a coherent alternative to secular political philosophy. So books like this will come in handy. James K. A. Smith. Imagining the Kingdom. […]

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What Is a Culturalist Presbyterian?

In 2010, Tim Keller wrote an essay titled, “What’s So Great about the PCA,” in which he identifies three branches of the PCA.1 These branches—which share a common DNA in the Reformed tradition—don’t have to be mutually exclusive, and often they differ more in emphasis than in substance. However, I think they are appropriate categorizations […]

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