CT Caves to Pressure

I never met Rachel Held Evans, and have, to my knowledge, never read any of her work, except possibly for a blog here or there. I was saddened to hear of her death, as I would be of any young popular Christian writer. I also read the article that Christianity Today posted by John Stonestreet, […]

Jordan Peterson, Cambridge, and the State of Higher Ed Today

Jordan Peterson recently was invited, then disinvited, to hold a visiting fellowship in Cambridge University’s Faculty of Divinity. If you don’t know who Jordan Peterson is (what rock have you been hiding under lately?), he’s a psychology professor at the University of Toronto, author, speaker, and a controversial figure due to his ostensibly right-wing views. […]

Thanks to Hughson Ong

We just want to take a brief moment to thank Hughson Ong for his contributions to Domain Thirty-Three. Due to various other responsibilities, such as teaching, work, family, and other research projects, he is not able to contribute to the blog in the near future, so he has respectfully stepped down. Hughson has brought a […]

The Homogeneity of Evangelicalism and the Need for Diversity and Dialogue

There was a Washington Post article recently about a photo posted on social media of faculty members of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. It was meant to be funny, but instead, it was quickly found to be offensive and was immediately taken down with apologies. The issue at focus for most is on racial insensitivity or […]

Princeton Seminary, Tim Keller, and Decision-Making

Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS) recently announced that it would be awarding the well-known pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, New York, Tim Keller, the (Abraham) Kuyper award for “Excellence in Reformed Theology and Public Witness.” According to Christianity Today, in Princeton’s initial announcement, it “called Keller ‘an innovative theologian and church leader’ and a […]