Penal Substitution or Penal Non-Substitution (Responding to Paul Sloan) by Joshua R. Farris and S. Mark Hamilton

“Rejoinder to Paul Sloan” by Joshua R. Farris & S. Mark Hamilton Online discussions often encourage fascinating and passionate disagreements. At times these disagreements...

Is Anselmian Satisfaction an Improvement on Penal Substitution? by Paul Sloan

First of all, I want to extend my thanks to Stephanie and Jonathan – the curators of this fair blog – for the opportunity...

POGOS: Yujin Nagasawa on the Problem of Evil for Atheists

This week in Pogos we welcome Professor Yujin Nagasawa to the podcast. Rather than host an interview this week, as is our usual custom,...

Logia for May 2019: On Trumpets, Greek, and Good Teaching by Erin Heim

Each month Blogos features an article created in partnership with the Logos Institute’s Logia initiative. This month’s Logia post is by Erin Heim. More information...

POGOS: RT Mullins on Passibilism, Aseity, and Theology’s Future

This week in Pogos we welcome Dr. RT Mullins to the podcast, and we discuss various themes related to the question of God’s impassibility...

An Incarnational Model of the Eucharist by James M. Arcadi

The Eucharist is the central act of Christian worship. Billions and billions of Christian across the globe and across time have participated in billions...

POGOS: RT Mullins on Creepy Divine Emotions & Divine Wrath

This week in Pogos we welcome Dr. RT Mullins to the podcast, and we discuss various themes related to the question of God’s impassibility...

Logia for April 2019: “Undressing” Philosophical Theology – Lessons from Mechthild of Magdeburg by Amber L. Griffioen

Each month Blogos features an article created in partnership with the Logos Institute’s Logia initiative. This month’s Logia post is by Amber L. Griffioen. More...

POGOS: RT Mullins on God and Emotion

This week in Pogos we welcome Dr. RT Mullins to the podcast, and we discuss various themes related to the question of God’s impassibility...

Book Review – Human Rites: The Power of Rituals, Habits, and Sacraments by Joshua Cockayne

The dim-lit screen lights up my face as I desperately check whether that journal has finished reviewing my article yet, or if I’ve received...