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
No one in the entirety of Europe from the years 1200-1750 had any idea what temptation, or torsos, were. I … Continue reading The – Not So Tempting – Temptations of St. Anthony
Today, if you hear his voice, 8 do not harden your hearts, as at Meribah, as on the day at Massah … Continue reading Fear & Loathing In… God?
Yesterday we took a brief look at a quote from Edwards that has been spun into a rather interesting theory … Continue reading Jonathan Edwards Week – Edwards and Atonement (Pt. 2)
You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh; … Continue reading Two Concepts of Freedom in Galatians
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”
Yesterday we talked about “Masks” and how we put them on to hide from ourselves, from God, and especially from … Continue reading Exposed – We Are All Messed Up!
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?
When it comes to atonement theologies people often break them up into classic, satisfaction, and subjective categories. However it might … Continue reading The Direction of Atonement in Luther’s Theology
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