Augustine developed an increasingly mature “witness doctrine” of the Jews throughout his life.
A new study on Bavinck illuminates his balance of Scritpure, confession, and individual consciousness.
Tolkien seemingly had harsh things to say about allegory. But is there more to it?
American days of thanksgiving once incorporated public worship. Could they do so again?
Colin Redemer introduces Thomas Traherne’s poem “News”
For a long time, narratives played a key role in apologetics. Is it time they made a comeback?
Are concerns about “BS jobs” as old as the Reformation?
What good can come of a theology nerd-fest? Robin Harris reflects on Davenant’s 10th anniversary.
The 1662 BCP liturg for the 5th of November invites consideration of God’s purpose for, providence over, and preservation of government.
Is Martin Luther’s doctrine of vocation adequate to address the futility of so much modern work?