Theology

Scott Oliphint
In our last two articles, we've been dealing with various objections that continue to be offered against a Covenantal approach to apologetics. The objection that we considered last time needs more explanation and discussion that we were able to give it in one article. We will continue that...
John Webster
'The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control.' (Gal. 5.22f.) Paul's list of the nine-fold fruit of the Spirit has embedded itself in the varied exegetical and moral-ascetical traditions of Christianity as a succinct depiction of...
John Webster
'The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control.' (Gal. 5.22f.) Paul's list of the nine-fold fruit of the Spirit has embedded itself in the varied exegetical and moral-ascetical traditions of Christianity as a succinct depiction of...
Brad Litttlejohn
This is the third in a series exploring the theology of Two Kingdoms across a variety of topics. The first article can be found here , and the second here - Editor It's tough being a pastor. I know because I've never dared try, but I've watched others try. Sure, you can always avoid preaching on...
Blessedness and Hellenization Christians ascribe blessedness to our God, but we were not the first to call a God blessed. Other worshippers in other religions, and other thinkers in other theological systems, have also considered beatitude to be an attribute of divinity. In fact, even the key...
Blessedness and Hellenization Christians ascribe blessedness to our God, but we were not the first to call a God blessed. Other worshippers in other religions, and other thinkers in other theological systems, have also considered beatitude to be an attribute of divinity. In fact, even the key...
Rick Phillips Articles
Given what World Magazine has called a " major, well-funded push " to promote the acceptance of evolution among evangelical Christians, the case must be persuasively made against the compatibility of evolution and the Bible. In answer to this pro-evolutionary stance, I am one of those Bible...
Mark McDowell
This is Deviant Calvinism week. The author of this new book is Oliver Crisp and I'm delighted and incredibly grateful that he has taken the time to be pestered with some questions about this work. We have also provided a review of the book by Ref21 stalwart, Paul Helm, that can be found in the...
Mark McDowell
This is Deviant Calvinism week. The author of this new book is Oliver Crisp and I'm delighted and incredibly grateful that he has taken the time to be pestered with some questions about this work. We have also provided a review of the book by Ref21 stalwart, Paul Helm, that can be found in the...
Pierce T. Hibbs
I'm not a musicologist or a respected lyrical critic. In fact, I don't know much at all about music. I'm a novice theologian who can't help but be pricked when he hears what is played on the radio during his morning commute. This week, it happened to be the song, "Take Me to Church," by Hozier. The...