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Our Mission: Reasonable Faith aims to provide in the public arena an intelligent, articulate, and uncompromising yet gracious Christian perspective on the most important issues concerning the truth of the Christian faith today.
A place to debate atheists. Pose your best arguments for the supernatural, discuss why your faith is true, and question whether your reasoning is as air-tight as you believe it is. Remember that it is always possible for a person to be wrong and that you are a person. Humility goes a long way here.
A subreddit for the discussion of political philosophies and theories from the likes of Aristotle, Machiavelli, Locke, Hume, Kant, Burke, Thoreau, Nietzsche, Rawls, and Arendt. Or for just talking, seriously, about politics, i.e. respectable in-depth discussion, don't vote someone down simply because you disagree.
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/r/radicalChristianity has emerged as a community of people discussing the intersection of philosophy, theology, critical theory, and revolutionary politics. We are interested in re-investing Christianity with its transgressive elements, and as such we are openly against oppressive discourses (sexism, racism, ageism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia).
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Welcome to the subreddit for the study of the history of ideas, including the histories of philosophy, of literature and the arts, of the natural and social sciences, of religion, and of political thought!
A subreddit for discussion of early Judaism and Christianity - with a focus on Biblical texts, but also related noncanonical literature (Enoch, the Dead Sea Scrolls, etc.) - in a scholarly context. Relevant topics might include general exegetical issues, ancient languages and translation, the study of the historical Jesus, textual criticism, reception history of early Jewish/Christian literature, etc.
A subreddit for Christians of all sorts. We exist to be a safe place for discussion between believers on all sides of the fence; conservative, liberal, moderate, and everything in between.
/r/Catholicism is a place to present new developments in the world of Catholicism, discuss theological teachings of the Catholic Church, provide an avenue for reasonable dialogue amongst people of all beliefs, and grow in our own spirituality.
Catholic Christianity offers the world the fullness of the Christian Faith.