I received a copy of Philosophia Christi (The journal of the Evangelical Philosophical Society) in the mail today. It contains … Continue reading My Most Significant Publication Yet…
Today we celebrate (mourn, think about, reflect upon, take your pick) the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. With this … Continue reading Was the Reformation a Mistake?
Its that time again, time to win a free book! This time around I am giving away a free copy of Martin … Continue reading Book Giveaway – Martin Luther in His Own Words
Martin Luther. As the 500th anniversary of the reformation this name will be on the lips of many people. Yet, … Continue reading Martin Luther in His Own Words
In the 1550’s Geneva witnessed an influx of French refugees into the city. William Naphy has argued that this influx, … Continue reading How John Calvin Dealt with Refugees and the Poor
It seems like a simple question, which doesn’t have a very simple answer: Can Christians and churches be catholic and … Continue reading Reformed and catholic!?!?
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!
A few days ago I posted some thoughts on what I think Paul meant by “the righteousness of God” in … Continue reading The Righteousness of God in Historical Context
Pope Francis is a Universalist! At least that is what some people are going to want to say once they … Continue reading The Catholic Universalist
This week’s beard is a good one, perhaps even my favorite one. Not because of how cool the beard is, … Continue reading Cool Christian Beards (pt. 2): John Calvin