A short while ago I began to address the question whether Paul was called or converted. It’s a question that … Continue reading Called or Converted? (Pt. 2)
As someone who preaches I’m always looking for awesome illustrations that can help the audience better come to grips with … Continue reading A Tale of Two Skywalkers
A lot has been written over the past few decades about the nature of Paul’s Damascus road event. Was Paul … Continue reading Called or Converted?
Penal substitution takes a lot of flack these days. Many of the objections that come up against PSA have focused … Continue reading Penal Substitution? Two Objections and Responses
The concept of “mystery” plays an important role in T.F. Torrance’s atonement theology. In chapter one of Atonement he outlines his … Continue reading Mystery & Atonement
Tonight on Christmas Eve we celebrate the fact that to us a Savior was born. He was born in the … Continue reading Hail Mary, Given Grace [T.F. Torrance and Grace in the Annunciation]
Why should we read the Old Testament? It seems pretty obvious to us today, but in 16th century Germany there … Continue reading Reading the Old Testament with Martin Luther
The god of the philosophers. A lot of people have beef with this “god.” With good reason too – God … Continue reading Karl Barth’s Letter to Diognetus
We’ve all been in situations where somebody was obviously lying to you, and they couldn’t keep their story straight. Their … Continue reading Get Your Story Straight!
What does Paul mean when he says, “But now the righteousness of God has been manifested apart from the law” … Continue reading The Righteousness of God