brainvatThe epistle of Jude exhorts the faithful to contend for a faith that’s handed down, yet delivered once and for all.  In our own moment, tensions arise between Scripture’s testimony to divine act and some modes of modern thought, which by default regard stories of the fantastic to be unreliable at best and delusional at worst.  Mats Wahlberg, in his 2014 book Revelation as Testimony, invites Christians to reconsider the role of testimony as a mode of knowledge when we do theology, and Christian Humanist Profiles is pleased to welcome him to our program.

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