Current affiliation: University of Saint AndrewsSubject: Religion & TheologyPrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:Journal of Reformed TheologyPublication date:2016-01-01
Few issues have been as divisive for the contemporary church as the doctrine of irresistible grace. In the debates surrounding this doctrine, there...
Published in:Religious StudiesPublication date:2016-07-27
This paper is about whether a person can prepare to become a Christian. To answer this question, I draw on the work of Donald Mackinnon, Laurie Pau...
Published in:International Journal of Systematic TheologyPublication date:2014-07-01
Recent scholarship argues that, for Kierkegaard, God’s absolute alterity is a consequence of sin that is overcome by the redemptive activity of Jes...
Published in:Modern TheologyPublication date:2015-09-17
Kierkegaard on the Christian Response to the Incarnation
Published in:Kierkegaard Studies YearbookPublication date:2014-01-01
Overshadowed by a superficial reading of his pseudonym, Johannes Climacus ’
statement “subjectivity is truth,” Søren Kierkegaard has come to be pe...
Published in:New BlackfriarsPublication date:2016-06-10
A Kierkegaardian Guide to Reading Scripture
Kierkegaard is well known for being critical of a scholarly readingof the bible. It is generally understood that his primary concern wasthat “objec...
Published in:The Heythrop JournalPublication date:2014-08-18
Published in:The Heythrop JournalPublication date:2013-04-24
Do You Have the Heart to Come to Faith?