Knowledge, Understanding, and Love III: Ignorance through Grace

By | apologetics, Humility, Philosophy, Worldview

Ignorance and the Good The last entry in this series noted that recognizing our own ignorance—the simple recognition that we do not possess the Truth, but that the Truth possesses us—may be essential to be…

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apologetics and bad story telling

Non-Historical Salvation, Apologetics, and Story-Telling

By | apologetics, art, From the Board

Non-historical views of salvation encourage us to ignore what is happening in the world and the Church’s role in it. Our average Christian’s non-story is an artless mix of Disney-ification (we cannot look too deeply into the troubling parts of life for fear it may mar our happy ending) and the deus ex machina (whatever story is taking place now is miraculously fixed by an intrusion unrelated to the story itself).

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