Category Archives: Theology
Congratulations to Terrance Tiessen on winning our last book giveaway. Terrance won a copy of Faith Alone: The Evangelical Doctrine of Justification by R.C. Sproul. Thanks to all who participated!
We’re quickly coming up on the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. This week’s giveaway is a re-pack of R.C. Sproul’s Faith Alone, which revisits the material cause of that reformation, especially in light of the Evangelicals and Catholics Together … Continue reading
The Book Giveaway is back on this week! This week I’m offering The Word Enfleshed by Oliver D. Crisp. Here’s the catalog description and table of contents: A Fresh Theological Account of the Person and Work of Christ The literature … Continue reading
It’s a Tuesday this time around, but this week I’m offering Engaging the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit by Matthew Levering. Here’s the catalog description and table of contents: “Distinguished theologian Matthew Levering offers a historical examination of the doctrine … Continue reading
“Should we catechize our children?” is a question I’ve heard a lot recently. Historically, many Christians would have taken the answer for granted, and many traditions still retain a catechism as an important part of the teaching ministry of the … Continue reading
A few years ago I interviewed one of my coworkers at the time who had completed his thesis on Kierkegaard. (Three parts: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3). Since then I’ve had a much greater appreciation for Kierkegaard. So I … Continue reading
This month Baker Academic will be releasing Christian Dogmatics: Reformed Theology for the Church Catholic edited by Michael Allen and Scott Swain. By any measure this will be a standard reference for a long time. Consider these contributors and their … Continue reading