Yesterday in our mini-series on the Calvinist version of predestination we took a look at how Calvin responded to some … Continue reading The Benefits of Believing in Predestination
Yesterday in our mini-series on the Calvinist version of predestination we tackled the question – “According to John Calvin what … Continue reading Four Reasons Why Calvinism is Just Plain Wrong
Today I came across an interesting article by Gordon Graham on Neo-Calvinism and Contemporary Political philosophy. In this article he … Continue reading Abraham Kuyper vs. John Rawls
No. He was not a liberation theologian, far from it, however some of the things he says certainly latches on … Continue reading Kuyper the Liberation Theologian?
There are several topics that have dominated theological discussions over the past several years. Prominent among these discussions is the … Continue reading Atonement, Law, and Justice (Book Review)
When Bizzle addresses the situation in Ferguson and Christians’ response to racial injustice he simply doesn’t care if people are … Continue reading Music Monday – “Hood Cries” by Bizzle
I visited my mom’s house recently and found that I had been sent Baker Academic’s Spring 2014 Catalog. I don’t … Continue reading Baker’s Spring 2014 Academic Catalog
The following is a part of an email exchange with a real student. He asks the question everybody is thinking … Continue reading Doesn’t Predestination Make God Unloving?
Last time, in Communities on Mission to our Neighborhoods (Pt. 3), we looked at three basic steps to engaging on mission to … Continue reading Communities on Mission to our Neighborhoods (Pt. 4)
Sorry Roman Catholics, Fuller Theological Seminary has beat you to the punch. They have announced what many consider to be … Continue reading Fuller Seminary Announces a New President (Minus the White Smoke)