Tag: theology

Mission By Mail: Evangelism in a Pandemic

The Familiar Strange , December 6th, 2020


Religion is no “opiate of the masses.” Rich and poor, educated and ignorant alike flock to the call of certainty in these uncertain times. Rather than action based…


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Matt Tomlinson on his book, God is Samoan

| , November 16th, 2020


God Is Samoan: Dialogues between Culture and Theology in the Pacific Interview by Jon Bialecki Jon Bialecki: I want to start this interview by saying that God Is…


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Introducing Cultural Anthropology: A Christian Perspective Textbook Review

The Familiar Strange , October 11th, 2020


Christian but not ideological? Doesn’t promote perspectives in controversy but centers theological devotion? Biblical differences of opinion, but not anthropological ones? The centrality of “belief” a…


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Are anthropologists getting sick of culture?

standplaatswereld , January 20th, 2016


Image: Bergham Books By Matthias Teeuwen  Lately I have been captivated by what some call ‘existential anthropology’. It started when I found a book in the library aptly…


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