Published
1.8.2019

Design as the New Theology—Part 3

Rikk finishes his series on Design as the new Theology in this talk. He spends time synthesising his argument thus far - that the language of design offers a fruitful lens to view the gospel because it makes sense of some of the deep paradoxes of creation like change and agency - in fact more sense than traditional theology does. Then he concludes with a breathtaking reading of Genesis through the lens of design - which leaves us with the picture of God as the original designer.


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