Author Archives: Steven Dunn

About Steven Dunn

I am studying various fields of intellectual endeavors that involve a critical analysis of the Christian and non-Christian worldview alike. My passion is for the apologetic approach to truth, a philosophical outlook on worldviews, and a theological understanding of reality with Christ at the very center of it all.

A Philosophy of Wine

I would suspect that when one drinks wine he must have a little bit to think about it. He spends a few dollars at the grocery store and might not think much. In fact, he may take the wine home … Continue reading

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God Is Fixing Us

It’s been almost 15 years since the 9/11 attacks. This was a devastating and tragic period of time for American history in particular and a widening rift for those most affected, in general. Sermons (such as Carter Conlon’s post-9/11 service), … Continue reading

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Why Be Religious?

I tried to think of some parable or analogy that would best express the situation of religion in modern society. Søren Kierkegaard (1813-1855) in Either/Or and Harvey Cox (b. 1929) in The Secular City both point to the parable of a clown being … Continue reading

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Philosophy, Sex and the American Decline

I suspect you’ll see the title as hinting that I’m going to talk about the subject of philosophy, perhaps a little bit about the act of sex, and then talk a little more on how these things might contribute to … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Wine and Weed

I work in a wine cellar. Five days out of the week I oversee and care for over 100,000 bottles of wine in this cellar. For the short time I have spent with these wines, I have come across bottles that … Continue reading

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Hearts for Heaven

There are typically four ways a theologian may speak of “God’s revelation.” The first two pertain to some kind of special revelation: (a) A revelation or manifestation of God through the person Jesus Christ or (b) God’s revelation through written … Continue reading

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The Agnostic

Agnosticism: it has been described to me as not really a position at all. As a matter of fact, it is really an outlook upon matters of immanence (a pesky word that refers to God’s presence in the material world) … Continue reading

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