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Academic Book Reviews Theology

Augustine’s Confessions: A Theological Summary

Augustine spent the last years of his career reviewing his life’s work, offering reflections on—and the occasional correction of—his earlier writings. From this vantage point, the elderly Augustine informs us that his reason for writing Confessions was “to move the heart—his own and others’ —toward God in love” (Levering, 2013, p. 89). Indeed, one gets […]

R. L. Solberg 
Academic Apologetics Culture Philosophy Theology

The Moral Theology of The Reformation Project

Before reading this article please make sure to review the LGBTQ+ Sensitivity Statement. The Reformation Project (TRP) describes itself as a Bible-based, Christian organization whose mission is to advance LGBTQ inclusion in the church. Given the traditional Christian understanding of biblical sexual ethics and gender identity, this would be considered an unorthodox, if not controversial, […]

R. L. Solberg 
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