on Gadamer, Hermeneutics, and the Church

Hans-Georg Gadamer, Truth and Method: refuting the “prejudice against prejudice” For Gadamer the words truth and meaning should be in quotations: “truth” and “meaning” .  He doesn’t simply discard absolute truth entirely but questions the possibility for an infallible method to access this truth. It must be this way if we really expect to learn…

Craig Gay on Christian Ethics

The basic Christian insights about love and sin mean that, as Christians, we will always find ourselves in tension with the world at large.  We will, for example, find ourselves in the awkward position of insisting that people be treated with ver great care socially, economically, and politically, while refusing to pledge allegiance to any…