Prayer, Love, and Human Nature: Analytic Theology for Theological Formation

Prayer, Love, and Human Nature: Analytic Theology for Theological Formation is a multi-million dollar initiative funded by the John Templeton Foundation at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. We are a team of theologians working on deepening and thickening out Analytic Theology, as well as applying it to the practice of Christian churches.

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Book Note: Embodied Souls, Ensouled Bodies

it seems as though the Christocentric turn in theological anthropology has made for a truly Christological anthropology. But what does it mean to say that one is doing Christological anthropology?

Some Reflections on “Divine Impassibility and the Uninfluenced Love of God”

In his paper, titled, “Divine Impassibility and the Uninfluenced Love of God,” Mullins made a case for a passible God. He argued that even while granting impassibilists their favored definition of love as benevolence + union, this definition pushes the impassibilist towards a passibilist God.

Do you have to love?

On March 1, Kent Dunnington of Biola University presented our AT seminar with the question, “Is there a Christian duty to love?” Spoiler alert: Dunnington’s answer is “No.”

Adonis Vidu, “The Inhabitation of the Holy Spirit by Love”

Drawing from the Augustinian-Thomistic tradition, Vidu argued that there is a special sense in which the Holy Spirit inhabits Christians through love, in particular love for God.

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