Sunday, March 11, 2007

Is there a process theologian in the house?

No, seriously.

Pastor Dan agrees with Atrios and Huckabee that fully airing the religious beliefs of candidates is a good thing. Fine and dandy.

"Homoousias" or "Homoiousias". Which should it be?

What effects, positive and negative, do they think the "God is Dead" movement had on modern theology?

Where do they stand on Shubert Ogden's claim that Christianity must be acknowledged as the only true religion in order to make all the others "true"?

Do they think the influence of Bultmann has been a net positive, or a net negative, on the church?

What is their position on Christian Existentialism? Is it even possible to be Christian and an existentialist?

What is their personal metaphysics?

Do they prefer Moltmann's emphasis on "the crucified God," or Sorbino's Christology?

What is their pneumatology?

How do they feel about apophatic theology?

Is a negative atheology still a theological position? Why, or why not?

Wittegenstein said: "Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent." Agree? Disagree? Discuss.

Yeah, I know it's Lent, but I'm trying to get a piece of this action! Answers, people! We want answers!

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