Tuesday, October 24, 2006

My Blog Feels Neglected

Just because I haven't been posting here doesn't mean I haven't been thinking. Not all of my thoughts go on the Internet (thank God). Some of them have been committed to the ears of friends, some of them I have kept to myself, and some of them, no doubt, have been wasted. The trouble is, it can be difficult to track me down on the Internet, so here's a little cheat sheet for you.

Of late, I have been engaged in a discussion on Matthew's blog about the nature of salvation.


  1. Tim, I came across this article and, in light of your talk at YL conference last year, I was curious to get your thoughts on it.


    I might try to check out those books when I get a chance.

  2. Meh. Looking at brain functions and saying "See--the soul isn't there!" is like going to space and saying "See--we didn't find God." What did you expect to see? A glowing man in a white beard floating around? How juvenile. Your misunderstanding of the nature of supernature does not stop the heavens from declaring the glory of God.

    The mind and the brain are obviously interlocked. What else would you expect: when we impair the brain, we impair the mind's ability to interface with it.