“God’s Own Wind: Sherlock Holmes as Conan Doyle’s, and Modernity’s, Post- Christian Search for Meaning”

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“God’s Own Wind: Sherlock Holmes as Conan Doyle’s, and Modernity’s, Post- Christian Search for Meaning” Brett Fawcett Concordia University of Edmonton First Published February 13, 2018 The last few years have seen a spike in popularity of the character of Sherlock Holmes, who currently headlines blockbuster films set in his original era, television series like Sherlock […]

The Value of Natural Law for Engaging Culture and Politics: Responding To A Common Objection To Natural Law

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Adam Lloyd Johnson PhD Program Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest NC USA Published in the Canadian Journal for Scholarship and the Christian Faith (journal.ccscf.org) on 2 March 2016 Natural law reasoning has largely fallen out of favor among Protestants. J. Daryl Charles has observed that “…there exists across Protestantism a broad consensus that rejects the […]

Perfect Productive Power: A Unifying Theme In The Philosophical Theology Of John Duns Scotus

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PERFECT PRODUCTIVE POWER: A UNIFYING THEME IN THE PHILOSOPHICAL THEOLOGY OF JOHN DUNS SCOTUS Marilyn McCord Adams The Center for Philosophy of Religion, Rutgers University, Australian Catholic University Published in the Canadian Journal for Scholarship and the Christian Faith (journal.ccscf.org) on 22 October 2015 Preamble: John Duns Scotus is above all a philosophical theologian. For Scotus, the […]