Category Archives: Greg Boyd

FAQ for Greg Boyd

Renown pastor-theologian Greg Boyd remains something of a fascination for me. I thought I’d reproduce his FAQ from his Renew website: “Do you consider yourself an ‘Evangelical Christian’? I hold to a high view of biblical inspiration and most of … Continue reading

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Satan and the Kingdom of the World

As sort of a follow up to my last post, I think we need a theological underpinning as to why no human government, which is part of the kingdom of the World, can ever said to be truly “Christian.” While … Continue reading

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“The Myth of a Christian Nation”: Revisiting Greg Boyd’s Thesis

In lieu of the recent comments made by famed and controversial Southern Californian pastor John MacArthur here, I thought the stated thesis of Greg Boyd’s thoughtful book, The Myth of a Christian Nation, is worth revisiting: I believe a significant … Continue reading

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Roger Olson’s “God is in Charge but not in Control”

In addressing the problem of evil, whether caused by humans or non-humans, and the backdrop of “God’s providential goverance over history,” Roger E. Olson, a leading Arminian thinker, likes to think of “God is in charge even though he doesn’t … Continue reading

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