The term demythologization is today most frequently associated with the mid 20th-century German theologian Rudolf Bultmann.
Following his wonderful talk at the Dallas Conference on Science and Faith, geologist Casey Luskin took questions from the audience.
Literary critic William Empson, in a famous study, described Satan as the de facto hero of the epic in a cosmic revolt against divine repression.
Earlier today we saw that philosopher Subrena E. Smith levied a harsh critique of evolutionary psychology.
The significance of the earth and humanity, or our insignificance, does not hinge on age or “central” location.