April 2008 Archives

Is Inerrancy Unbiblical, Rationalistic and Presumptuous? A critique of A.T.B. McGowan's proposal for evangelicals to reject inerrancy

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A. T. B. McGowan's major item for evangelicals to reconsider, in his book The Divine Spiration of Scripture: Challenging evangelical perspectives, concerns the termination of inerrancy.  Not only does he argue for the use of the word infallibility in place... continue

Review of Roger Olsen's "Arminian Theology: Myths and Realities"

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Carl Trueman reviews Roger Olsen's "Arminian Theology: Myths and Realities". continue

Review of Gerald McDermott's "God's Rivals"

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Dr. Paul Long review's Gerald McDermott's "God's Rivals". continue

Review of B.B. Warfield: Essays on His Life and Thought

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David Owen Filson reviews Gary L.W. Johnson's "B.B. Warfield: Essays on His Life and Thought". continue

Golfing For Jesus: Christ and Consumer Culture

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In his 1922 work Babbitt, Sinclair Lewis used the phrase Christianity In¬corporated to capture the ethos of his fictional small town overrun by a blend¬ing of consumerism and religion. What was good for 1922, however, may be good for today. continue

Interview with Sean Lucas

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I've lived a pretty peripatetic life (moving to St. Louis was my 12th major move; my wife and I have lived in 8 different addresses in nearly 15 years of marriage). Born outside of Philadelphia, I spent most of my growing up years moving up and down the I-95 corridor between New York City and Washington DC. continue

Interview with Iain D. Campbell

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I grew up in Stornoway, and professed faith in the church there in 1977, when I was almost fourteen. The congregation is still the largest congregation of my denomination, the Free Church of Scotland. When I left school I studied biblical languages at Glasgow University prior to my theological course at the Free Church College in Edinburgh. continue

Interview with Steve Nichols

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I think church history is also important especially today to save us from the hubris and near tyranny of the present. The past gives necessary perspective, not to mention how it humbles us. continue

On Meeting Joe Frazier: The Missing Element of Modern Theology

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As an avid boxing fan, as soon as I knew that I was moving to Philadelphia, I emailed the Smokin' Joe Frazier website to let the former heavyweight champ know of my imminent arrival. continue

Interview with Thabiti Anyabwile

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The Lord saved me from His wrath and to His glory about 12 or 13 years ago. I had been for some time a practicing Muslim and a real enemy of the cross. In college, I'd say I was something of the campus Saul. continue

Deconstructing...Musing on Some Modern Problems About Words

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Then along came Deconstructors who took things further. Philosophers like Hans-Georg Gadamer, Michel Foucault and Jacques Derrida ("more Frenchmen" I hear you exclaim, but Derrida was technically born in Algeria). Derrida's point is (well, "was" since he is also dead - in 2004) that even the very words themselves employed to describe such a view are themselves an impossibility since words have no stable relationship to reality. continue
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