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(2016-10-04) - Journal articleAccording to the parent analogy, as a caretaker’s goodness, ability and intelligence increase, the likelihood that the caretaker will make arrangements for the attainment of future goods that are unnoticed or underappreciated ...
The origins of Pauline theology: paratexts and Priscillian of Avila’s Canons on the Letters of the Apostle Paul (2015-12-01) - Journal articlePauline theology is a well-established undertaking in modern New Testament studies, and yet it is almost entirely without precedent prior to the nineteenth century. This article explores the enterprise of Pauline theology ...
(Peeters Publishers, 2016) - Conference item
(2016-07-27) - Journal articleIs it possible to prepare oneself to become a Christian? For Kierkegaard, there is no straightforward answer to this question, especially since such a transition depends upon a divine activity that is outside the realm of ...
(2014-07-09) - Journal articleRecent scholarship argues that, for Kierkegaard, God's absolute alterity is a consequence of sin that is overcome by the redemptive activity of Jesus Christ. On such a reading, the work of Christ delivers individuals to ...