Writings about Social Science, Philosophy, and Theology
It’s the 500th anniversary of the German Reformation, and there is no shortage of Protestant-themed books, conferences, and sermon series. While the focus of many messages has been on Luther, Calvin, Zwingli, and Cranmer, Rebecca VanDoodewaard focuses on another cast of history-altering characters: Reformation women.
Ron Citlau is a lead pastor, writer, and same-sex struggler. His book covers mostly good theology, but connections with “reparative therapy” are questionable.
For many, Google Image Search is the one-stop shop for portraits, landscapes, backgrounds, or patterns. But, just because you can find it on a Google
Education—it’s expensive, it takes a long time to get a degree, and often you learn a lot of outdated material! It’s not all bad though
IIn 2014, The Pew Research Center’s Religion and Public life division completed remarkably comprehensive Religious Landscape Study, a massive report detailing religion’s various classifications and
Hello there! I’m Will Sipling, and I strategize Digital Content and Marketing at Dallas Theological Seminary. My current academic pursuits include writing a book on sacramental theology and pursuing a PhD in humanities. You can find articles here on social science, philosophy, and theology.