Penal substitutionary atonement, the doctrine according to which Christ died to pay the penalty for our sins, is crucial to … Continue reading Jonathan Edwards on Penal Substitution
This month an article I wrote defending the traditional doctrine of hell was published in Themelios 42.2. In this article … Continue reading Redeeming Edwards’s Doctrine of Hell: An “Edwardsean” Account
In 2012 a group of scholars gathered at Princeton Theological Seminary for a conference titled, “Calvinism and Democracy.” The purpose … Continue reading The Kuyper Center Review – Calvinism and Democracy
Supersize Me is a documentary that follows director Morgan Spurlock on a 30-day journey during which he only eats at … Continue reading Slow Church: Cultivating Community in the Patient Way of Jesus
Every time I get paid I buy a couple of books. Right now I am buying as many books as … Continue reading This Paycheck’s Book Purchases (October 12th)
Recently I came across a review of Gospel by J.D. Greear written by Scot McKnight. Scot is a scholar I … Continue reading What is the Gospel?
The following post is an online forum post that I wrote for my Christ and Culture class. The assignment was … Continue reading Prometheus, Christ, and Culture
Watching this ten minute long video is so worth it. It seriously made me cry when I watched it. It … Continue reading What Does It Look Like to Receive the New Testament for the First Time?