Posts Tagged Meditation

Hurtado on the “Conversion” of Paul

I finally got around to reading Larry Hurtado’s blog post The “Conversion” of Paul and found it illuminating. Here are the two most telling paragraphs: But it’s a genuine question among scholars whether Paul understood himself as having undergone a “conversion,” at least in the sense that […]

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Politics, Religion, and Other Dirty Words You Shouldn’t Use in Public

Disclaimer: I want to state for the record that this blog post is about as politically incorrect as you can get, so if you’re easily offended, don’t read it. Remember, you have been warned. Tony Campolo and Shane Claiborne recently published an op-ed piece in the New […]

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Have We Lost The Next Generation?

I just read (skimmed really) an article published online by Charisma Magazine called Year in Review: How the New Christian Left is Twisting the Gospel. Among other things, the article defines three different types of Christians. I’m listing them below because they’ll factor into my essay by […]

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