Theology on the Go

Theology on the Go

Whitefield's Calvinism precipitated recurring theological feuds in his career with evangelical associates who believed in free will and the possibility of sinless perfection. By June 1739, as Whitefield was preparing for his return to America, his relationship with John Wesley - his onetime "...
At the outset of the Anglican baptismal liturgy, an eighteenth-century rector would say "Dearly beloved, for as much as all men are conceived and born in sin. . .I beseech you to call upon God." Ask God, he urged, to show the infant mercy, and to make him part of the divine kingdom. Here the...
This week's Theology on the Go interview is with Bruce Gordon. Dr. Gordon holds a chair in Ecclesiastical History at Yale. He is an eminent historian with many interesting insights and experiences. The topic of our conversation was simple: "Why Study Church History?"
Today on Theology on the Go, Jonathan Master is joined by Dr. Bruce Gordon, Titus Street Professor of Ecclesiastical History at Yale University Divinity School. As a Reformation Era scholar, he has written many books, including The Swiss Reformation, and a biography of John Calvin. Dr. Gordon stops...
We live in a fast-paced and busy world. It is now no longer true of only the world's great cities; such is also a characteristic of the unknown towns of suburbia. Technology of course is one reason. Keeping up with the data pouring into their telephone is the last thing many people do at night, as...
Hebrews 1:3b-6 reads, "When He had made purification of sins, He sat down at the right hand of the Majesty on high, having become as much better than the angels, as He has inherited a more excellent name than they. For to which of the angels did He ever say, 'You are My Son, today I have begotten...
Throughout the history of the church countless gallons of ink have been spilt trying to expound on the issue of 'the Law' in Scripture. In general when theologians, especially in Reformed circles, speak of 'the Law' they are speaking of the commands of God that reveal His moral will and mandate...
This week on Theology on the Go, Dr. Jonathan Master is joined by Rev. Mark Johnston, Minister of Bethel Presbyterian Church (EPCEW) in Cardiff, Wales. He was previously Senior Pastor of Proclamation Presbyterian Church Bryn Mawr, PA and of Grove Chapel in Camberwell, London. He began his ministry...
Have you ever noticed how novelists describe the way a person walks to highlight his or her character? Proud men walk with their heads held high. Beautiful women glide or float. Evil villains slouch, sneak, creep, or swagger. The need to describe different ways of walking has enriched our language...
When discussing the Law of God it is helpful to make distinctions for the sake of clarification. To that end, we will discuss here the "types of law" and the "uses of the law." The types of law given to us in the Old Testament are three fold: ceremonial, civil, and moral. The civil laws are those...