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Power Dynamics Are Not Enough: A Reflection on Christ the Crucified and Our Confusion of Categories

‘“Logic!” said the Professor half to himself. “Why don’t they teach logic at these schools?”’ This was C. S. Lewis’s way of taking a jab— in a children’s book, no less— at the decline of education, or at least its classical forms in which he had been trained. With apologies to Lewis, we are long past the loss of logic now. We have arrived at a world where only power matters. Only it is not the powerful who exert themselves, but the powerless. Ours is an age where claiming marginalization—real or perceived—is a ticket to the top. Today, “power dynamics” have swallowed up previously esteemed disciplines like “ethics” and “epistemology”. We used to ask questions about morality—“Is it good…

Why Biblical Inerrancy Doesn’t Work

A couple of years ago, I entered into an interview process to become an adjunct professor at an extension campus of a growing Christian university. Towards the end of this process, the powers that be shut down the campus, ending…
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