The Lad teacher job interview

Teachers in evangelical churches across the United States face a difficult decision: choose between teaching the faith or not teaching the religion.In recent years, the stakes have grown higher as evangelical churches have faced backlash for declining to teach same-sex marriage, abortion, and birth control.But while these policies can seem like theologically progressive moves, theyRead More

‘God is dead’: Theology school denies that god was alive

By Dhananjay Sharma-Thomson By The Times Of IndiaTheological school of the Columbia University, one of the most prestigious in the US, has rejected the concept of god being alive.According to a letter from the school to the National Association of Evangelicals (NAAE) and other religious leaders, the school rejects the idea that God was aliveRead More

A black theology, a new view of history

On the heels of the shooting death of the Rev. Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and the subsequent white supremacist protest that sparked a riot, some have begun to look at the past in a more historically-oriented way.This is a movement that draws on the history of racial equality and the struggle for freedomRead More

What we learned from the first Christian theological semesters

Posted November 16, 2018 12:28:14Christians in Australia are expected to graduate from the seminary in 2018, with a new term set to commence in 2019.The theological ethics seminary (CEUS) is a new institution created by the State Government to assist Christians who wish to become teachers in the Church.CEUS’ inaugural year is expected to seeRead More

When you think theology, you think the Bible

Theology is often seen as a way of solving the theological problems of modern society.That is one reason why the church has been very successful in dealing with them.But as Thomas Ligotti argues in his new book, Theology in Crisis: Theology as a Political Movement and the Coming Crisis of Religious Theory, theology is increasinglyRead More