Theology is irrelevant to our life as Christians. At least that’s what many evangelicals tend to believe. There is this … Continue reading Theology as Discipleship
I’m starting to engage in a project on the value of Analytic Theology for spiritual formation. In light of that … Continue reading What is Distinctive about Christian Analytic Theology?
When Richard Hays says something you listen. The author of such ground shaking books like The Moral Vision of the … Continue reading Richard Hays on Being Pastoral-Theologians like Paul
Paul Molnar, author of one of the most important books on T.F. Torrance and contributor to Jason Sexton’s Point-Counterpoint Trinity … Continue reading Paul Molnar’s Advice on How to Get an Academic Job
I have been doing a quite of bit of thinking about the relationship between theology and philosophy lately. That was … Continue reading On Philosophers and Dieticians
Fred Sanders, a theologian who has mastered the art of social media, offers some advice for people who want to … Continue reading Thinking about Becoming a Theologian? Resist the Temptation!
Oliver Crisp, the theologian who has been a sort of model for my own theology, offers some advice for those … Continue reading Thinking about Becoming a Theologian? Think Again…. maybe.
Its been a while since I last posted in our “Cool Christian Beards” series, but its time for the cool … Continue reading Cool Christian Beards (pt. 3): B.B. Warfield
Archibald Alexander (1772-1851) an American educator and theologian, was President of Hampton-Sydney College (Virginia) from 1797 to 1806. In 1807 … Continue reading A Dose of Theology – Archibald Alexander