July 2005 Archives

The Lost Message of Jesus

Article by   July 2005
The most fascinating thing about this book is that it is deadly boring.  It took me two months to read its 197 pages, mainly because I kept putting it aside since, for sheer excitement, it couldn't compete with Bavinck's Prolegomena... continue

Freedom and Protest

Article by   July 2005
The last few weeks of international news have carried multiple reports of the rioting that has broken out across great swathes of the world as a response to the publication of apparently offensive cartoons depicting the prophet Mohammed. I say... continue

Rarely, Rarely Comest Thou Spirit of Delight

Article by   July 2005
Rarely, rarely comest thou,Spirit of Delight!Wherefore hast thou left me nowMany a day and night?Many a weary night and day'Tis since thou art fled away.--P.B. Shelley So wrote the poet, Shelley, suggesting that life had darker moments more than brighter... continue

The Judas We Never Knew

Article by   July 2005
Judas Iscariot was the last of the original twelve disciples of Jesus of Nazareth, also called the Christ (Matt. 10:1-4). He accompanied Jesus throughout most of his earthly ministry. He was there, presumably, when Jesus walked on water, fed the... continue

Reclaiming the Center: Confronting Evangelical Accommodation In Postmodern Times

Article by   July 2005
The theologian is often caught between a rock and a hard place, between the truth he holds dear and the society he loves and longs to see transformed by the gospel. This tension, though never easy, is right and good.... continue

Justification and Variegated Nomism, Volume 2: The Paradoxes of Paul

Article by   July 2005
The "New Perspective (or Perspectives) on Paul" (NPP) has come to be a mainstay within academic discussions of the apostle Paul, but it has also recently begun to attract attention within the evangelical church. Ministers and teachers cannot help but... continue
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