Theology

Jeffrey Waddington Articles
Recap Previously we examined the place of the atonement in the covenant theology that unfolds for us in the pages of the Scriptures. We discovered that there were three theological covenants [1]: the covenant of redemption that occurred between the three members of the Trinity in eternity, the...
Martin Downes
Young, Restless, and Reformed: A Journalists Journey with New Calvinists By Collin Hansen 160 p. Crossway (March 2008) Reviewed by Martin Downes Collin Hansen's book is obviously intended to be an impressionistic account of the younger generation of Calvinists within evangelicalism in the United...
Carl Trueman Articles
The day they tried to recruit me to the most dangerous cult in the world! I arrived on Faculty at Westminster in the summer of 2001. I had only been on campus for a couple of months before a group of students approached me one lunchtime and tried to recruit me to a most sinister and dangerous cult...
Derek Thomas Articles
In the third in a series of articles in which we examine Jesus' encounters with various individuals, we take a look at the conversation of Jesus with Mary of Bethany in Mark 14:1-9. Jesus was on his way to Calvary. He had made it increasingly a matter of conversation since the time he spoke with...
Derek Thomas Articles
Dr. Derek Thomas interviews Bartel Elshout on his translation of "The Christians Reasonable Service" by Wilhelmus a Brakel. DT: Bart [1] , you translated into English, from its Dutch original, the four-volumed work, The Christian's Reasonable Service by Wilhelmus à Brakel. Can you first of all tell...
Alistair Begg Articles
Reformed Theological Seminary Commencement Address - May 16, 2008 Rev. Alistair Begg "Steady As You Go" - 2 Timothy 4: 1-8 We hear the Word of God again; this time in Second Timothy and in chapter 4. "In the presence of God and of Christ Jesus, who will judge the living and the dead, and in view of...
Alistair Begg Articles
Reformed Theological Seminary Commencement Address - May 16, 2008 Rev. Alistair Begg "Steady As You Go" - 2 Timothy 4: 1-8 We hear the Word of God again; this time in Second Timothy and in chapter 4. "In the presence of God and of Christ Jesus, who will judge the living and the dead, and in view of...
Mark Johnston Articles
There is nothing more central to the Christian message than the cross of Christ. It is there in the shadows of the Old Testament. It explodes to the fore in the New, dominating the landscape of the Gospel records. And from the very first sermon preached by Peter on the Day of Pentecost it becomes...
Mark Johnston Articles
There is nothing more central to the Christian message than the cross of Christ. It is there in the shadows of the Old Testament. It explodes to the fore in the New, dominating the landscape of the Gospel records. And from the very first sermon preached by Peter on the Day of Pentecost it becomes...
Anthony Selvaggio Articles
During my seminary days I was overly enamored with Biblical Theology and Redemptive-Historical interpretation. While I continue to appreciate and employ the significant insights of these interpretive approaches to Scripture, I now realize that I went a bit overboard in my application of them,...