Theosis, write Stephen Finlan and Valdimir Kharlamov, is closely related to a number of other doctrines including: soteriology, Christology, anthropology, … Continue reading Is Theosis a soteriological or anthropological doctrine?
Sanctified by Grace (Eilers and Strobel) is an attempt to do theology in a way that involves more than the … Continue reading Sanctified by Grace – The Triune God
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…
I visited my mom’s house recently and found that I had been sent Baker Academic’s Spring 2014 Catalog. I don’t … Continue reading Baker’s Spring 2014 Academic Catalog
Preston Sprinkle, Paul & Judaism Revisited – A Study of Divine and Human Agency in Salvation, InterVarsity Press, 2013, 249pp. With … Continue reading Book Review – Paul & Judaism Revisited by Preston Sprinkle
Why does God save us through Jesus Christ? My theological hero, Jonathan Edwards, has argued that God saves for the … Continue reading Why Did God Rescue Humanity?
Why did the Son become incarnate? That is a good question. Several people on the A-Team (Athanasius, Augustine, Aquinas and … Continue reading Why Did the Son Become Incarnate?
It’s Easter Weekend! Its the time of year we Christians celebrate Christ’s atoning work for us on the cross and … Continue reading Responsibility and Atonement (Pt. 1)
I while ago I had to read Veli-Matti Karkkainen’s In Christology: A Global Introduction for a class. In this book Karkkainen presents … Continue reading Strange Evangelical Theology
We continue to dive deeper into George Herbert’s poem “The Sacrifice.” Today we come one step closer to the end… … Continue reading The Poetry of George Herbert: “The Sacrifice” (Pt. 3)