This is a book I reviewed for The Gospel Coalition and Themelios. … More Reformation Readings of Paul: Explorations in History and Exegesis
Denominational affiliation should not be based upon personal preferences, but upon sustained biblical arguments and convictions. One should not attend a church merely because they enjoy a particular mode or expression of worship. Instead, individuals ought to attend a particular church because they are convinced the doctrines that church teaches are explicitly taught in Scripture. … More Greg Bahnsen: Protestant Apologetics (Over and Against the Claims of Roman Catholicism)
I want to make everyone aware of a new series of Mp3 lectures I have added to my YouTube channel from Greg Bahnsen. Dr. Bahnsen offered six lectures in defense of the cessationist position. Throughout the lectures it is apparent Bahnsen chose to do so because he received numerous questions both inside and outside of … More Greg Bahnsen: The Case For Cessationism
This is an article I wrote on Karl Barth’s view of revelation. I investigate his application of dialectical theology to both Scripture and Christ. … More Karl Barth: The Theanthropic Man and Book.
Carl F. H. Henry claims: The controversy between Protestant orthodoxy and neoorthodoxy focused with special intensity on the issue of the propositional or nonpropositional character of divine disclosure, that is, on whether God’s revelation is rational and objectively true, or whether God’s revelation is noncognitively life-transforming. This has caused some present-day evangelicals and non-evangelicals to ask: … More Carl F. H. Henry: The Bible as Propositional Revelation
David E. Alexander and Daniel M. Johnson, eds. Calvinism and the Problem of Evil. Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2016. 308 pp. £28.00/$37.00. See note at the end for publication of this review elsewhere. In the book, Calvinism and the Problem of Evil, David E. Alexander and Daniel M. Johnson, eds., have collected a group of first-rate scholars … More Book Review: Calvinism and the Problem of Evil
Biblical Authority After Babel: Retrieving the Solas in the Spirit of Mere Protestant Christianity. By Kevin J. Vanhoozer. Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2016, vii + 269 pp., $21.99. See the note at the end of the article about the later publication of this article. Does the Reformation, and sola scriptura in particular, unleash interpretive anarchy upon the … More Kevin J. Vanhoozer’s Book: Biblical Authority After Babel
John H. Gerstner (November 22, 1914—March 24, 1996), a native of Tampa, Florida, was arguably the preeminent Reformed theologian of his day. Gerstner earned graduate degrees at Westminster Theological Seminary and completed a Ph.D. at Harvard University in 1945. He was a professor of church history at Pittsburgh-Xenia Theological Seminary, and visiting professor at Trinity … More John Gerstner on Biblical Inerrancy
Here’s a sermon I preached on justification by faith alone from Romans 4.
A Brief Introduction: Jonathan Edwards: Freedom of the Will Introduction “Free will” is a buzz word used by many in our present-day society, especially by some of the most influential Christian theologians and philosophers of religion. Some use it to champion the supposed “self-evident” truths about the libertarian nature of free will recognizable to anyone … More A Brief Introduction: Jonathan Edwards: Freedom of the Will