It has been a good year for Teleioteti! We have published about 20 posts along with several papers this year. We are not at a post a week yet, but we will get there. On the personal front, I graduated in April with my ThM in Old Testament and MAths in Biblical Languages. At this … Continue reading Teleioteti Half-Year Update
What do you do when two different exegetical outlines of the same text seem equally valid?
by John M. Frame One of the largest problems today in Evangelical and Reformed theology is the tendency toward traditionalism. I hope in this paper to take some steps toward analyzing this danger a… Source: Traditionalism
One of my teachers at Pacific Life Bible College introduced me to this creative but very biblical narrative of Jesus’ crucifixion. It is quite powerful and worth listening to this Good Friday. Transcript from Desiring God:The Father’s Cup (Good Friday) | Desiring God Link to an Audio Download
Contrary to the claims of some NPP proponents, who shrug this volume off without any significant interaction with its arguments (Wright, Justification, 74), the various contributors' essays provide a devastating salvo against Sanders schema of Covenantal Nomism. They challenge its usefulness as a category to describe 1st century Judaism and to use as historical background … Continue reading A Review of Justification and Variegated Nomism, Vol. 1, ed. D.A. Carson, Mark A. Seifrid, Peter T. O’Brien