For many evangelicals Eastern Orthodoxy is compelling, if not for its seemingly evangelical convictions (contrasted with “Rome”), but for the … Continue reading Review: The Victory of the Cross – Salvation in Eastern Orthodoxy by James R. Payton Jr.
The cross is the focal point of the gospel. Paul says as much when he tells the church in Corinth … Continue reading The “Other” True Meaning of Christmas
A short while ago I began to address the question whether Paul was called or converted. It’s a question that … Continue reading Called or Converted? (Pt. 2)
A lot has been written over the past few decades about the nature of Paul’s Damascus road event. Was Paul … Continue reading Called or Converted?
Redemption is a comprehensive term regarding our salvation through justification, expatiation, and reconciliation in Christ. It is eschatological and teleological. … Continue reading Redemption & Limited Atonement
What is the meaning of Christmas? Its quite simple – Matthew expresses it in just a couple of sentences in … Continue reading They Shall Call His Name “Immanuel”
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
In a recent blog I posted I summarized Oliver Crisp’s recent argument that there is significant room within some key … Continue reading Universal Atonement & The Sin of Unbelief
Most people tend to think that if one is reformed one is required to hold to the doctrine of limited … Continue reading Limited Atonement vs. “Unlimited” Atonement
No its not the beginning of a joke. Its the beginning of a typical interaction. You and your buddies are … Continue reading A Non-Christian Walks Into A Bar…