They cannot go to the tomb in the darkness, partly because they shrink from handling a dad body in pitch … Continue reading He’s Risen!
Aquinas on the Death of Christ: 1. To make our redemption complete. For, although any suffering of Christ had an … Continue reading Good Friday (Thomas Aquinas)
The latest volume of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society is now out and in it you can find … Continue reading JETS Volume 58, No. 3
In Exploring Christology and Atonement: Conversations with John McLeod Campbell, H.R. Mackintosh and T.F. Torrance Andrew Purves unites two often … Continue reading Exploring Christology and Atonement with CMT
If you have access to the Scottish Journal of Theology (probably through your school library) and are into T.F. Torrance … Continue reading Thomas F. Torrance and the Problem of Universalism
Just a few weeks ago, the third volume of the Journal of Analytic Theology was released… We are very pleased … Continue reading The Journal of Analyitic Theology (Vol. 3)
A few days ago I got word that a paper I wrote on Jonathan Edwards, the Trinity, and violence is … Continue reading My Forthcoming JETS Paper (Edwards, Trinity, Violence, Covenants, and Feminists)
It’s a sort of tricky question. How does Barth understand Penal Substitution? I was once told that Barth definitely saw … Continue reading Does Karl Barth Hold to a Version of Penal Substitution?
Yesterday we took a brief look at a quote from Edwards that has been spun into a rather interesting theory … Continue reading Jonathan Edwards Week – Edwards and Atonement (Pt. 2)
Atonement is both penal and substitutionary – here is John Webster on what is happening on the cross: He becomes, … Continue reading Atonement is Penal and Substitutionary