Both Foundationalism and Coherentism are internalist accounts of justification. Both seem to be plagued by problems, in part because they … Continue reading Internalism about Justification
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!
I love the fact that Logos gives out a free book each month. But sometimes those books are hit or … Continue reading Free Books – Two Key Books in Pauline Studies
In 2012 a large group of scholars gathered at St. Andrews for the fourth in a series of triennial Scripture … Continue reading Galatians and Christian Theology
It has been said that justification by faith alone is the doctrine on which the church stands or falls; on … Continue reading Happy Reformation Day!
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
Today we continue our discussion of “Gospel Centered” theology by looking at the doctrine of dyothelitism. This is a doctrine … Continue reading Gospel Theology (Pt. 4) – Dyothelitism
A few weeks ago I had a college student come set up a lunch meeting with me. The student is … Continue reading Justification Really is Just!
So there is this story of an early first century man, this man started to be known as being a … Continue reading Some Thoughts on Colossians: Are You Preaching the Full Gospel?
The Following is a Journal Entry from December 18, 1722: This day made the 35th Resolution. The reason why I, … Continue reading The Journal Entries of Jonathan Edwards – Don’t Let Your Feelings Deceive You