Hello, I'm Tylor

  Tylor and nephew, pictured above.

Tylor and nephew, pictured above.

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Tylor was a philosophy major at Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana. The main project he has been working on is formulating a functional account of Christianity that takes into account Heidegger‘s existentialism, Wittgenstein’s philosophy of language, Brandom’s pragmatism, Barth’s theology, and Jung’s psychology. 


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Christianity Now is an online monthly publication devoted to clarifying the Christian message to the modern world. Taking into account the pluralism of Christian identities, Christianity Now aims to articulate the different, and sometimes contradictory, truth claims about the Christian message by situating these claims historically and bringing them into dialogue with each other. Finally, Christianity Now values diversity of perspective and identity and aspires to include a diversity of voices and is always open to contributions from former and new writers. Unsolicited articles are encouraged.

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“The Gospel is not a religious message to inform humankind of their divinity or to tell them how they may become divine. The Gospel proclaims a God utterly distinct from humanity. Salvation comes to them from God, because they are, as humans, incapable of knowing God, and because they have no right to claim anything from God. The Gospel is not one thing in the midst of other things, to be directly apprehended and comprehended. The Gospel is the Word of the Primal Origin of all things, the Word which, since it is ever new, must ever be received with renewed fear and trembling. The Gospel is therefore not an event, nor an experience, nor an emotion – however delicate! Rather, it is the clear and objective perception of what eye hath not seen nor ear heard. Morever, what it demands of humanity is more than notice, or understanding, or sympathy. It demands participation, comprehension, co-operation; for it is a communication which presumes faith in the living God, and which creates that which it presumes.
— Karl Barth

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