A Consideration of Craig Carter’s Recommended Return to Scholasticism, Part Two: Final Analysis and Rejoinder

No captain would knowingly go near submerged reefs and no farmer would permit space to be taken up by a fruitless tree. Yet that is precisely what the theological academy has been doing for some time now. It has been pointing us to Barth, the impenitent adulterer; to Yoder, the abuser of women; to a … Continue reading A Consideration of Craig Carter’s Recommended Return to Scholasticism, Part Two: Final Analysis and Rejoinder