Clifton Stringer

Clifton Stringer

Clifton Stringer is a Ph.D. student in Historical Theology at Boston College. He previously studied English and Religious Studies at the University of Texas at Austin, and attended seminary at Duke Divinity School. He and his wife Lindsey have two children. Clifton is ordained in the United Methodist Church, and has served congregations in Austin, TX, and Lakehills, TX.

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Immortality, death and desire (Part 2 of 2)

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Immortality, death and desire (part 1 of 2)

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Does Responding to God's Grace Get Easier the More One Responds?

By Clifton Stringer
Does responding to God's grace get easier the more one responds? The poet Dante thought so, for one. We see this in the second installment of his Divine Comedy, The Purgatorio… read more

Should Conservatives Oppose the Death Penalty?

By Clifton Stringer
The Boston Globe's Leon Neyfakh reports, in a May 25 story ("The conservative case against the death penalty"), on opposition to the death penalty from within the Republican… read more

Does God Exist?

By Clifton Stringer
Whether or not you are a Christian, it is worth thinking about the curious fact that humans can know that God exists. In Christian thought, this knowledge is of about as much… read more

New Medieval Bible Meditation: Isaiah 50:4-9a

By Clifton Stringer
Palm/Passion Sunday April 13, 2014 Isaiah 50:4-9a (Revised Common); Isaiah 50:4-7 (Roman Catholic) Join me as we interpret Isa. 50:4-9 according to the fourfold way often… read more
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