Hegel’s influence on Christian Ethics and Christianity’s Western relevance

Georg Hegel was a German philosopher (and Protestant seminary Grad), who lived from 1770 to 1831, and in his publication Phänomenologie des Geistes created a “master-slave” dialectic (a metephor in fancy philosopher terms).[1] My purpose here is to explore exactly how Hegel’s dialectic image has shaped modern Christian ethical reflection, explore the relevancy of that metaphor after

Sermon Manuscript example: the Slaying of the Innocents

My Last Preaching professor said I was something of a natural when it came to writing out sermon manuscripts. What’s odd though… is I’m very poorly at preaching off of a script. In part because the method used in this Sermon was a “very last quarter” discovery for me.   I almost never use notes

What does it mean that God is eternal?

Attitudes about time and eternity as they relate to God are based on older definitions of the eternal. Since the 1900’s our understanding of how the world works has slowly been completely revolutionized. I explore how to move the debate forward in the context of popular opinions on it.

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