In our second Kazingram Roundtable, our editors sit down with Axel Kazadi to discuss race and social construction, how Christianity has formed our culture’s morality, what the decline of Christianity might mean for public morality, and what it means to have a secular state.
Karen Stiller on Writing a Memoir and Being a Minister’s Wife
In this episode we talk with Karen Stiller about her recently released memoir The Minister’s Wife, what lead her to write it, the social struggles and blessings of being a minister’s wife, as well as the importance of honesty for life and good writing.
Axel Kazadi on the Future of Religion & Faith
Axel Kazadi is a PhD student in theology at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto. He specializes in the theology of John Calvin.
Recovering the Great Tradition with Professor Craig Carter
All doctrines and all biblical interpretations are traditions. The doctrine of the penal substitutionary atonement as the interpretation of Romans is a traditional interpretation. So tradition is not something imported from the outside without roots in the Bible or not subject to reform by biblical revelation. Tradition is not a rival to the Bible or an alternative to it.