William Dyrness’s book, Insider Jesus, is an attempt to provide a theological framework for evaluating “insider movements.” He adopts Scott … Continue reading Review: Insider Jesus by William Dyrness
Call for Abstracts 6th Annual Theistic Ethics Workshop College of William and Mary October 22-24, 2020 Confirmed Speakers: Lara Buchak (University … Continue reading Call for Abstracts: 6th Annual Theistic Ethics Workshop
Yesterday, I mentioned one challenge that non-reductive physicalists face. Today I’d like to mention two more. The Problem of the … Continue reading Non-Reductive Physicalism – Some Problems (Part 2)
Why do Christology? Mackintosh suggests that four motives may be found in the New Testament itself: It was believed that … Continue reading Why Do Christology?
Check out this vintage video of Gordon Fee teaching on Eschatology: He really starts preaching at around 4:40-5:40! SO GOOD! … Continue reading This is my planet! I claim it in the name of the cross!
Among other things, Michael Allen writes about eschatology and sanctification in a blog post about is upcoming book New Studies … Continue reading Eschatology and Sanctification
A colleague of mine at Eternity Bible College recently a discipleship guid which includes the topic of God’s heart for … Continue reading A Heart for All Ethnicities
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But if you want to UNDERSTAND Bultmann, read Congdon. And now, you can sample his game-changing… Continue reading If You Want to Learn Something about Bultmann, Read Bultmann
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Well, it’s that time of the year when we look back on 2014 and proclaim the… Continue reading Best New Testament Academic Books of 2014 (Gupta)
A few days ago I took began to explore the topic of Christ and Culture through Niebuhr’s typology, today I … Continue reading Christ and Cultural Influence