I recently came across an older blog post by Scot McKnight about going to seminary. McKnight is one of my favorite authors and biblical scholars. He also teaches at a seminary. I respect the guy a ton! So if he says, “here are 10 reasons you should go to seminary” I listen, and I thinkContinue reading “10 Reasons You Should Go to Seminary”
The following is a guest post by a friend of mine Derek Saenz. Here he reflects upon his past experience as a theology student at Talbot Seminary (which happens to be FULL of philosophy students). If you think that many seminary students look at philosophy students and think, “These guys are just a bunch ofContinue reading “What’s it Like Doing Theology With a Room Full of Philosophers”
Pastor. Martyr. Prophet. Spy. Those are the four words that Eric Metaxas used to describe Dietrich Bonhoeffer in his magisterial biography of the famous German-Lutheran pastor/theologian. The Bonhoeffer that Charles Marsh offers in this new biography of Bonhoeffer could be aptly described by those four words as well, however he adds two new words toContinue reading “Book Review – Strange Glory by Charles Marsh”
Sorry Roman Catholics, Fuller Theological Seminary has beat you to the punch. They have announced what many consider to be one of the most important positions for Evangelicals to hold, and no its not the Papacy, its the presidency of Fuller Seminary. After the unanimous election of Mark Labberton as Fuller’s 5th president the seminaryContinue reading “Fuller Seminary Announces a New President (Minus the White Smoke)”
If you are an Evangelical Christian (or you know any) then you know how divisive the debate over the inerrancy of scripture can be. However you might not know that every generation this battle comes up over and over again. In this blog series we will be taking a look at to iterations of thisContinue reading “The Debate Over Inerrancy: Comparing B.B. Warfield and Harold Lindsell – Part 1: Introduction”
Here is an email from my Systematic Theology Professor… Dear Systematic Theologians, Three things from me. First, you should be getting your marks for the first assignment this week. Second, I’ve been asked about late assignments. All late assignments will be docked a letter grade for each day the work is late. So if itContinue reading “Systematic Theology…”
Sounds like fun.