In recent years a number of scholars have increasingly pointed out the relationship between participating in Christ’s death and changing … Continue reading Dying with Christ & Justification
I’m working on a sermon on Romans 10 this morning. I opened up Logos Bible Software – and the first … Continue reading Origen – The Man of Steel!
Last week Katherine Sonderegger came in to deliver a paper to the Analytic Theology Seminary. She put forth the provocative … Continue reading Does God Pray? – Katherine Sonderegger
You can still be a slave experientially, even when you are no longer a slave legally…Whatever you may feel, whatever … Continue reading No Longer Slaves!
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!
This week I’m preaching on Romans 1:18-32 – probably one of the most culturally offensive passages of scripture – but … Continue reading Views on God’s Wrath in Romans 1
Creation care or environmentalism is a hot topic among evangelical Christians (the fact that it is saddens me, honestly, whether … Continue reading How Green Was Paul?
This past week in my class on Romans and Galatians my students answered the following prompt: Who do you believe … Continue reading Who is Paul Talking About in Romans 7?
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
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