October 2008 Archives

If you've been a long-time visitor of TheologyWebsite, you may recall our rather vibrant Discussion Forum boating nearly 4000 registered users. From the earliest days of TheoWeb (circa 1998), we've striven to provide a sane, safe and academic arena of discussion for anyone wishing to debate, inquire or merely proclaim on a wide spectrum of theology-related topics. The prior forum grew a bit unwieldy and, due to technological constraints at the time, an administrator's nightmare in spam control, causing us to temporarily abandon the effort.

We are now happy to report that the newest incarnation of our Discussion Forum is now open to the public. Although the prior forum's content was vast, in-depth, yeah, unending... we've decided to start afresh; From scratch, as it were.

And so we welcome and heartily invite you to take a look, register and participate. I think you'll find our version of "discussion forum" quite refreshing, if indeed you are looking for a fairly moderated online environment for theological discussion.

We decided not to simply import all our previous forum's registered users into the new environment. Consider it a thinning of the pack. Thus if you were registered in the past, please go ahead and register again. Just like online reincarnation.

Hope to hear from you on the inside.

Sincerely,
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Every now and then, something will come to my attention that I find somewhat startling. Often, these things prompt questions that some folks consider outrageous or worse, but that response doesn't bother me. After all, what's life without a little controversy now and then? Boring.

Here's what I noticed, and I wonder about the significance of it.

The silent God

Where is God? I mean, if God is everywhere, as theologians teach, and if God loves me deeply and wants a relationship of intimacy with me, as theologians also teach, where is he? I talk, talk, talk to him, and he is ... where? He says nothing. The conversation is decidedly one-sided.

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