Introducing the first modern English translation of the entirety of Calvin’s sermons on Job.
What can Protestants learn from the Church Fathers?
Did ancient Christians feel guilty about possible implication in unethically sourced food?
Human building remains both utterly vain and entirely necessary.
How does Scripture rightly relate to things we can deduce from nature and reason?
How can Christians wisely navigate between competing approaches to apologetics?
An exploration of the abyss of the unknown, as experienced by 20th century physics.
Unreliable narrators and metafiction aren’t just postmodern fads. They’re found at the foundation of Western literature.
Abraham Kuyper’s writings on education reveal his vision, successes, and compromises
Tidy modern narratives about the economic views of past Christians rarely fit the historical data