Zacharias Ursinus offers a neglected explanation for the seemingly difficult logic of penal substitution.
An uneven book offers confused insights on church life in a pandemic.
20 years on from his landmark book on Calvin’s view of the supper, Keith Mathison asks: has it been reclaimed?
What happens when you teach the Trinity topic by topic rather than historically?
In ethics as in any other area, it is not we who live, but Christ who lives in us.
Unpacking a Reformed doctrine of deification.
What difference does it make to have Christ himself at the centre of our exegesis?
An Easter Sunday meditation.
A Good Friday meditation.
A classical anthropology can illuminate everything from the Trinity to politics.