What happens when you teach the Trinity topic by topic rather than historically?
Living In Union With Christ: Paul’s Gospel and Christian Moral Identity: A Review
In ethics as in any other area, it is not we who live, but Christ who lives in us.
Jonathan Edwards, Theosis, and the Reformed Tradition
Unpacking a Reformed doctrine of deification.
Taught By Christ, About Christ, Through the Word of Christ: The Promise of Biblical Reasoning
What difference does it make to have Christ himself at the centre of our exegesis?
The “Aha” of Easter: Making Sense of the Crucifixion
An Easter Sunday meditation.
Pierced Hands and Open Arms: The Irony of the Cross
A Good Friday meditation.
Anthropology: Key to Theology?
A classical anthropology can illuminate everything from the Trinity to politics.
Christ, the Way: Augustine’s Theology of Wisdom
Augustine understood Wisdom most importantly as the person of Christ, the One in Whom all things hold together.
Why Protestants Read Aristotle’s Ethics
In the Reformation, the Philosopher was used by the Reformers just as much as by Roman Catholics.
The Beatific Vision: Keeping Theology Theological
Both Catholics and Protestants are wrong when they think the Beatific Vision is just for Catholics.
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