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.
Richard Phillips
I have been preaching long enough to have now completed a number of different expository series. Few have been so challenging and have impacted me so greatly as the preaching of Revelation, which I complete this week. Revelation is a book that requires quite a bit of work to preach - many weeks...Continue reading.
Stephen Unthank
Thomas Brooks, in his work The Secret Key to Heaven, gives a brief but wonderful insight into the nature of true prayer. He writes, God looks not at the elegancy of your prayers, to see how neat they are; nor yet at the geometry of your prayers to see how long they are; nor yet at the arithmetic of...Continue reading.
Jason Wallace
Another curious development is the ease with which evangelicals use worldview thinking to forge political alliances unimaginable to an earlier generation of Protestants. Evangelicals and Catholics Together, now almost two decades old, drew the support of a number of evangelicals in large part...Continue reading.
Jason Wallace
After Kuyper, Augustine's distinction between the city of God and the city of man need not be so pronounced in the conservative Protestant imagination. In the 20th century Cornelius Van Til expressed this possibility even more pointedly in his notion of the antithesis between believers and...Continue reading.
Jason Wallace
Anyone who pays attention to Christianity in the United States cannot help but notice the proliferation of organizations claiming to promote a Christian worldview. Sometimes called cultural apologetics and often called ministry, worldview theology found a fast market in evangelical circles the...Continue reading.
Jeffrey Waddington
2014 is sure to be greeted with numerous attempts to turn over a new leaf. Every year we hear the calls for New Year's resolutions. Since we are clearing the slate, desiring to make a new start, it makes sense that we would set out our goals for the new year. ...Continue reading.
James Dolezal
It is a commonplace among many Christians that nothing that is not God accounts for God. He is not built up out of anything less than or prior to himself. Indeed, God's being is not the consequent of any activity or reality that precedes him in any way. He gives to all, but receives from none...Continue reading.
Richard Phillips
There are so many reasons that I praise God for my marriage. One of them is that I don't have to date anymore! What does a guy do on a date? Drawing from my book on manhood, The Masculine Mandate, let me offer some guy rules for Christian dating. ...Continue reading.

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