When Is Biblical Ethics Too Good to Be Good?

Biblical Ethics is often defined as the philosophical position that morality is moral in the abstract, and ethics should be practiced with absolute sincerity.The most basic principle of Biblical Ethics, however, is that the Bible is not an objective moral code.The Bible is written in a way that does not have a fixed order ofRead More

How to Get God’s Love in a Christian Bible

Reformed systematic theologians who claim that the Bible contains a revelation of God’s love for humankind have a problem: it’s not there.The Bible, they argue, has a special kind of love, an extra kind of divine love.The Bible contains God’s special kind, they say, because it contains a special, extra kind.The problem is that thatRead More