Past eras of church history correspond to epic, lyric, and tragedy. Is it now the age of comedy?
Phillip J. Donnelly shows how Dante invites readers to grow in holiness through their reading.
An original poem by Scott Cairns
Johannes Zachuber responds to his interlocutors on The Rise of Christian Theology
Evangelicals have been doing theology without solid metaphysical grounding for too long.
Zachhuber’s new book corrects and fulfils the work of John Zizioulas
What might an authentic history of “understanding God” look like?
A confused book which misunderstands the theology of one of the great Reformers
Scripture, Hellenism, and Hebraism: Biblical Philosophy and Paul and the Giants of Philosophy: A Review
Two books on the relationship between Scripture and Greek Philosophy
An attempt to help Reformed and Orthodox Christians communicate better.