Dedicated to the devotional, exegetical and philosophical study of theological paradox in Conservative, Thoroughly Biblical, Historically Orthodox, Essentially Reformed theology . . . to the glory of God alone!

Friday, January 02, 2009

More Background Material on Biblical Paradoxes

For those of you who are interested in the deeper stuff, I have added a fairly extensive article to the background material of the site. It can be accessed from the FAQ section of the sidebar, or by clicking on the link below. This article is an attempt to lay out some Biblical justifications for a theology that embraces paradox, mystery, and a Biblical sense of irony.

Biblical Foundations of THEOparadox

As always, hold my feet to the fire and let me know if you find anything that doesn't jive with Biblically orthodox, historic, Reformed Christianity. One of the great benefits of blogging is that we get to test our thinking and learn from others. Readers of this blog have proven themselves to be astute Biblical thinkers and have contributed many helpful insights. Iron sharpens iron.


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