The church is no stranger to theologies of ascent. Julie Canlis, lecturer at Regent College, suggests that Calvin’s voice ought … Continue reading Calvin’s Ladder: A Spiritual Theology of Ascent and Ascension
[This is the final “Atonement Week” blog post.] This past Thursday and Friday I attended The 3rd annual Los Angeles … Continue reading Locating Atonement
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
It has often been said that T.F. Torrance’s “mechanism” (the means by which atonement is accomplished) of atonement is the … Continue reading T.F. Torrance’s Mechanism of 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”
I have been married for a few days now, so I sort of consider myself an expert on marriage, therefore … Continue reading I Have a New Name! And So Do You!
Thinking about Jesus should really make us feel awe, because Jesus is awesome (in the truest sense of the word)… … Continue reading In Awe of Jesus (Pt. 1)