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What Is an Apostle?

In Of the Difference between a Genius and an Apostle, Søren Kierkegaard discusses, well, the difference between a genius and an apostle. A “genius,” for him, is always immanent, always assimilable, never paradoxical (a favorite word of Kierkegaard’s)–even if he appears paradoxical, it is only temporary, for with the hindsight of history he will never appear […]

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All That the Prophets Have Spoken: A Rejoinder to Feser Pt. 2

This is part 2 of a two-part reply. The first part is here. In my previous post I indicated that it would be helpful to provide a model for how the Jews could know the OT canon without an infallible magisterium, and in the following I will suggest how this process occurred. Any explanation for how […]