Tobacco, Tattoos, and the Chinese Church: Dr. Alex Tseng

This is a guest post by Alex (Shao Kai) Tseng (PhD, Oxford), a professor of systematic theology at China Evangelical Seminary. He is the author of numerous articles and an upcoming book on Karl Barth. You can view a research profile of Dr. Tseng here. ————————————————————————–   Recently I posted two photos on social media, […]

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“Why Our Children Don’t Think There Are Moral Facts” A Response

This is a guest post by David Park, a philosophy graduate of Rutgers University and a Masters of Divinity Student at Westminster Theological Seminary.  The New York Times recently released an opinion piece by Justin McBrayer which sharply diagnoses the trend of current K-12 education in America. He writes that it raises students who enter […]

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Do we need religion to be good?

No. But, well, Yes. (look at the little comic below, and then proceed reading) Whenever someone asks me this question, I always have to ask: what do you mean by “need” and what do you mean by ‘good’ or ‘religion’? The little comic above is so misleading I don’t know where to start. The rhetoric […]

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