David Hall
Here's the situation. You are away on a business trip; you are lonely and want some company. And, it is far too easy to locate such company just down the corner. So you go to your room, thinking yourself noble to have resisted temptation. Then you turn on the TV, and the movies on only serve...Continue reading.
Jonathan Master
Escapism seems to be everywhere. If you have internet access, try typing "escape" or "escapism" into a search engine. You might not want to visit all the sites that come up in such a search, but what you will see - if you need proof - is that many people seek to escape. Or...Continue reading.
David Hall
Read Mt 3:11-17 Baptism can be a confusing topic. This symbol, however, is so important that God the Father had God the Son baptized. Thankfully, he also provides clear information on baptism's import...Continue reading.
David Garner
My name is David. So, it seems, is nearly every other man I meet. OK. I am exaggerating a bit, but my entire life I have been surrounded by Davids - grade school, sports teams, church, the neighborhood. Family moves prove the name is no respecter of geography: North Carolina, Texas, Illinois,...Continue reading.
Jonathan Master
Let me start with a personal testimony. David Wells' first book in what might roughly be called this series is entitled, No Place for Truth: Or Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology?. Say what you will about that volume (and it has its critics), but for me it was transformative. When I...Continue reading.
James Dolezal
According to Herman Bavinck, it is only the Christian faith that consistently maintains both God's absoluteness and his intimate, personal nearness to creatures. All unbelieving philosophies inevitably pit one against the other. Pantheism, for instance, dissolves God's transcendence and...Continue reading.
Carl Trueman
I offered a longer review of David's book over at First Thoughts a few weeks ago so my overall appreciation of David's analysis and argument should be evident. Thus, here I want to offer a line of critique or, if not critique, at least a proposal as to what is further needed in order for...Continue reading.
James Dolezal
In an age when "knowing" and "comprehending" are generally taken to be interchangeable concepts, to confess God as incomprehensible may seem odd. Yet such was nearly the universal confession of the Church prior to the Modern period.[1] Moreover, God's incomprehensibility...Continue reading.
David Hall
As we continue to explore the vital importance of repentance in the Christian life, we should observe that the word is a command. It is not up for debate. John did not even know these people well; nor had he earned the 'right to be heard,' yet he issues a command nonetheless. He did not...Continue reading.

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