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The appointed Gospel reading for this past Sunday was John 2:1-11, on the wedding at Cana. It is...
At long last, we bring to a close a translation begun in the first week of December. Below you...
“Preparatory grace” is a neglected doctrine. It’s time to do something about that.
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Do the earliest days of church history offer pushback to a defense of "Christian nationalism"?
How should we live faithfully as Christians, with our distinctive beliefs, practices, and values, in an increasingly pluralistic age?
To the surprise of many, Kierkegaard wrote (and preached) about the sacraments often.
The Lord's Supper is one of the most powerful cures for the ills of modern evangelicalism.
Survival and Resistance in Christian America: Christian Reconstruction in the Pacific Northwest: A Review
A fine addition to an expanding list of historically grounded monographs on Christian Reconstruction.
An admirably concise, compelling, and elegant summary of the classic Christian just war tradition by John Jay.
Reflection on the institutions, on the shape of the divine promises to care for human life as revealed in Scripture, brings to light that to which our hearts cling in social and political life.
By his integration of literary, archaeological, and liturgical evidence, Stefan brings the doctrine of resurrection down from the realms of ideas and demonstrates the many ways in which it was applied and lived out in the early Church.
An economy can never be viewed as amoral, and it must be assessed on its ability, not to generate private profit, but to increase the number and flourishing of the "sons of God."
Beyond Dordt and De Auxiliis examines the interdependence of these two traditions in the early modern period as they discussed and debated doctrines such as predestination and divine grace.