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Does evolutionary creation lend itself to self-transcendence?
During our conversation last Sunday, we had a hard time trying to grasp Southgate’s meaning of the word “transcendence”. We also had a hard time defining the word “love” as well in a philosophical sense. Seems simple enough until you get down the deep theological and philosophical aspects of it rather than the simple everyday notions of the word “love”.
Here are our essays.
UPDATE: Chapter 25: Culture Wars (1960 – Present) – Part II: Doctrine of Hell in 20th century and the Orthodox Church after the Soviet Union
This will be our next to last submissions on MacCulloch’s Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years: two essays on the relevancy of the doctrine of hell in churches today and how the Orthodox Church has changed after the collapse of communism in Russia after 1991.
In our last entry for this series, coming next month, we will reflect on how a knowledge of Church history has impacted our understanding of the Christian faith.