Jonathan Master
This week on Theology on the Go, our host, Dr. Jonathan Master is once again joined by Dr. Bruce Gordon. Dr. Gordon taught at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, where he was professor of modern history and deputy director of the St. Andrews Reformation Studies Institute, before joining the...Continue reading.
Jeffrey Waddington
The Bible represents God's relationship to his human creation in terms of a two covenant structure (nicely summed up in the Westminster Confession of Faith 7.3,5, and 6). God created Adam and Eve within a covenant structure called the covenant of works in which God commanded our first parents...Continue reading.
Jonathan Master
On this episode of Theology on the Go, Jonathan Master is joined by Dr. Sean Lucas, senior minster of the historic First Presbyterian Church in Hattiesburg, Mississippi and Associate Professor of Church History at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi. Dr. Lucas is the author of...Continue reading.
Michael Dewalt
Biblical theology is one of the newer, up and coming, broadening branches of theology. The term itself has been used to indicate three different aspects of the discipline; firstly it can simply refer theology that is biblical; secondly, biblical theology became attached to a movement that arose in...Continue reading.
Jeffrey Waddington
There has been a lot of dust raised about the relationship of systematic theology (referred to as dogmatics outside the US) to biblical theology since the latter's introduction into the theological encyclopedia (all the various sub-disciplines of theology such as exegetics, church history, etc...Continue reading.
Tim Bertolet
We all want our theology to be Biblical so that what we believe and obey is derived from the Bible. However, that is not typically what we mean when we say "Biblical theology". Biblical theology is a way of understanding the Scripture that pays specific attention to the unfolding of God...Continue reading.
Michael Roberts
Prior to the Protestant Reformation, theological reflection was generally in the realm of what we would today call systematic theology. As can be seen by its name, the goal is to systematize or order the teaching of the Bible into a coherent expression of doctrine. One expression of this is in...Continue reading.
Jonathan Master
On this episode of Theology on the Go, Dr. Richard Gamble, Professor of Systematic Theology at Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary, takes some time to talk with Jonathan Master about Biblical Theology. Dr. Gamble has contributed to more than 75 publications, including The Whole Counsel of...Continue reading.
Grant Van Leuven
How should you listen to a sermon? First, realize that you are responsible to actively (and thus, actually) listen. Like anything, you get personal benefit out of the preaching by what you put of yourself into the listening.Continue reading.
Brian Belh
Perhaps one of the most amazing things about preaching is that it is essentially a New Creation activity. Preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the message of Christ crucified for our sins and raised from the dead for our justification, is biblically parallel to God's saying "Let there...Continue reading.
Tim Bertolet
The Word of God is living and active, sharper than a two-edged sword (Heb. 4:12). God uses His Word to transform lives and convict people through the power of the Holy Spirit. In an age where people are clamoring to experience the divine in a multitude of spiritualities we need to press home that...Continue reading.

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