Tag Archives: theology
Christmas is the celebration of the birth of Jesus, the Son of God. He came to bring order and reconciliation to a world fallen into sin. The birth of Jesus is not merely a fact of ancient history. We can … Continue reading
In Matthew 28:18-19 Jesus gives his disciples a command to teach the nations. This command is preceded by a promise that not only enables his disciples to follow the command but also gives them hope that they will see results. … Continue reading
Alastair has posted an excellent essay entitled The Primacy of the Imagination. A very helpful read.
In Ephesians 5:22 and following we find instruction for a wife to submit to her husband. Paul then continues in commanding the husband to love his wife. The following illustration of Christ and the Church is given: “. . . … Continue reading
In 1 Corinthians 15 Paul gives some crucial information that should affect our eschatology. The key is in verse 26 when Paul calls death the “last enemy.” Verses 23-26 taken as a whole show that death is defeated by the … Continue reading
For those who haven’t noticed James Jordan has written two excellent article, The Closing of the Calvinistic Mind and FV, NPP, PCA, AAPC, ETC., regarding the Auburn Avenue controversy within certain presbyterian circles. I for one have seen in this … Continue reading
Alistair recently posted on his site a very good treatment of his theological history. I very much understood where he was coming from and wanted to express here some of the reasons I believe the things I do. Many of … Continue reading
Peter Leithart is now blogging at his new website, Leithart.com. I especially want to point out the articles page on his website where you will find a comprehensive list of articles that Peter Leithart has written.