Are Baptists really at their best when they’re on the fringes?
Is “Americanism” really synonymous with liberalism, pluralism, and individualism?
Since the beginning of history, people have used technology to overcome various challenges. Bifocals, cars, artificial knees, smartphones: the history of humanity is littered with technologies designed to address the many limitations we face in our everyday lives.
In seeking an answer to how we achieve deep and lasting Christian formation, modern Protestants have often operated by Francis Bacon’s famous precept: “knowledge is power.”
Some recent Roman Catholic takes draw all the wrong lessons from this national crime.
Why universality is particularity.
A new era for Ad Fontes and The Davenant Institute.
It is significant that Christ not only healed a man, but that, in order for the man to be healed, others had to bring him to Christ.
Cooper’s defense of the scholastic method argues for seeing continuity, rather than disjuncture, between Luther and his successors.
Hemmingsen’s discussion contains a salutary reminder that we are to receive God’s good created gifts with gratitude and acknowledgment. If we do not, we are robbing God.