…why aren’t we, as Christians, more concerned with decisions that are clearly ethical, rather than eager to discern who’s more (counter-)culturally agreeable?
500-year-old debates can be boring. And frankly, if a debate goes on for that long, one could be forgiven for wondering about the debate’s relevance. And yet, still to this day, millions of us Christians will debate whether or not salvation can be lost and/or regained. One of the key passages brought up in such… Continue reading Romans 9-11: Beyond the Salvation Debate
Since Just War theorists tout their own form of justification, I found mimicking the practice for “illustrative” purposes quite enjoyable. So, noting all context, here are the qualifications for a “just war” from that chapter in the Books of History, if you wish to command one or justify one who you think has already done so.