Academic

Here are some of my thoughts on academic subjects, contemporary problems and issues, and professional life. Small thoughts, most of them, but I try to put the words together in such an order as to appear cogent, coherent and compelling.

What would George do?

Part 1: Suffering and grief in the life of G H Morling (6 Apr 2020)

Part 2: Morling on the causes of suffering (24 Apr 2020)

Part 3: Morling on further causes of suffering (26 Apr 2020)

Part 4: Morling on the purposes of suffering (4 May 2020)

Part 5: Morling on further purposes of suffering (8 May 2020)

Part 6: Morling on suffering and divine providence (12 May 2020)

Part 7: Morling on suffering, providence, and freedom (12 Jul 2020)

Part 8: Morling on suffering and grace (19 Jul 2020)

Part 9: Morling on suffering and glory (coming soon)

The Theology Whisperer:

01 What is theological education?

02 Everyone is a theologian

03 Have faith, will think

04 Who invented theology?

05 The joy of theological learning

06 What makes Christian theology distinctive?

07 The descriptive task of theology

08 Isn’t theology supposed to be prescriptive?

09 The critical task of theology

10 The constructive task of theology (Part 1)

11 The constructive task of theology (Part 2)

12 The moral task of theology

13 The purpose of theology (part 1)

14 The purpose of theology (part 2)

15 The purpose of theology (part 3)

39 What are logical fallacies?

40 How to avoid logical fallacies

41 Five logical fallacies to avoid

65 What is academic research?

Other articles on academic subjects:

12 books on productivity and time management (Dec 2019)

The use of the Bible in Laudato Si (2015)

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