Supposedly Francis of Assisi said those famous words. Likely he didn’t, regardless, those word’s don’t mesh with Scripture’s understanding of … Continue reading Preach the gospel at all times; when necessary use words.
What do we “do” as preachers? Are we giving people more information (biblical, practical, spiritual)? Are we giving them encouragement? … Continue reading Kevin Vanhoozer on the Task of Preaching
Many books on the doctrine of the Trinity begin by decrying the state of Trinitarian theology. Many of these authors … Continue reading The Task of Trinitarian Theology
Vanhoozer says that there are six marks of Evangelical theology. Personally I think there should be seven or maybe forty. … Continue reading Vanhoozer on the 6 Marks of Evangelical Theology
The doctrine of justification is itself not the gospel. The gospel is the message concerning what God has done through … Continue reading Justification is NOT the Gospel!
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
Jey Kanagaraj says this about the Johannine prologue and how the gospel is encapsulated within it: The whole Gospel according … Continue reading The Johannine Prologue
Don’t miss out on this chance to expand your LOGOS Bible Software library for free. This month (July 2015) they … Continue reading 40 Questions about Christians and the Law – (Free Book)
J.I. Packer on Legalism and keeping biblical law: No doubt ever appears about the universal applicability and authority of laws … Continue reading Legalism and Law-Keeping
This week I went back to listen to some of the music I used to listen to in high school. … Continue reading Music Monday – Of Want and Misery: The Nothing that Kills