You vulnerably stand before a crowd of people quickly increasing in number. The gathering, visually homogeneous, is hostile and irritated, anxious and paranoid, fearful of losing control, and against the cacophonous backdrop of demanding shouts, a defeated and broken individual, who is a beautiful living contrast to the flat dullness of the assembly, is violentlyContinue reading “Fractured Flourishing”
Category Archives: Apologetics
To err is human?
Does Adam and Eve’s historical or archetypal original sin remove or infect humanity’s inherent goodness? Total depravity – the complete removal view – potentially (I think usually) influences the Christian and non-religious alike to incorrectly conclude Christian tradition unapologetically endorses a dehumanizing perspective: the being – not current condition – of humanity is sinful, imperfect,Continue reading “To err is human?”