Tag: theology

Some Thoughts on Ineffability and Henosis

Linguistically, subjects are described by predicates. It might seem then that if you were to look at a subject without any predicates whatsoever, it would be literally indescribable. Description after all just is predication, and so it is a categorical mistake to try and describe […]

An Argument for Pre-Existence By Steven

In the previous post we touched on the death of immortals and took a look at one reason to think we survive the death of our bodies, a reason that can serve as a philosophical foundation not only for the belief that there is an after-life of […]

Thinking Theologically… by LV Boloix

Thinking Theologically: Christian Particularism, Devotional Polytheist Particularism, and The Dynamics of Relationships Y’all wanted more theology – this is as theological as I can get! This is a paper that I wrote for my university course in Systematic Theology last semester. I was rereading it […]

Thinking Theologically: The Concept of Non-Negotiables by LV Boloix

One of my favorite things to do – and one of the things that I believe is important to a stable faith life and a stable religious community – is theology. Thinking theologically is a profound thing; simple questions such as “what characterizes a human […]