Category Archives: Wingren, Gustaf

Irenaeus on the Fall

[This is something I posted yesterday at Arts & Faith.  Given how often I’ve written here about Shestov, and the topic of the Fall, it’s clearly relevant here too.  It also represents a shift in my thinking.] I just borrowed … Continue reading

Posted in Fall of man, Irenaeus, Russian religious philosophy, Scandinavian creation theology, Shestov, Lev, Steenberg, Matthew Craig, Wingren, Gustaf | 2 Comments

Rethinking the First Article of the Creed

[“Maker of Heaven and Earth” detail from The Apostles’ Creed Window at First Presbyterian Church, Allentown (Pennsylvania).  Leonids Linauts, stained glass artist.] The title of this blog post is the title of a paper written by Patrick D. Miller and … Continue reading

Posted in Bailey, Liberty Hyde, Eades, Keith L., Grundtvig, N. F. S., Løgstrup, K. E., Miller, Patrick D., Rad, Gerhard von, Scandinavian creation theology, Sittler, Joseph, Wingren, Gustaf | 1 Comment