The Epistemological Necessity of Tri-unity

  I have been thinking a lot about the Trinity recently, one of the fruits of this labour is a new paper I just posted on Academia.edu. In this paper, I argue that self-knowledge requires three points of reference--the self who is knowing (subject), something to see onself in (an external object), and a standard … Continue reading The Epistemological Necessity of Tri-unity

A Review of Kingdom through Covenant by Gentry and Wellum

Buy from AmazonBuy from WTS Books Wellum and Gentry provide both an outstanding introduction to Biblical Theology and Biblical-theological systems and a solidly biblical via media between the two reigning Biblical-theological systems, Dispensationalism and Covenant Theology. At 716 pages (before appendix and indices)"Kingdom Through Covenant" proves to be a weighty volume, but it is a … Continue reading A Review of Kingdom through Covenant by Gentry and Wellum

Review of Against Calvinism by Roger E. Olson

I understand that polemics bring with them many difficulties. As a polemic, Olson's book inherits all the difficulties of the genre. It can be struggle to similtaneously critique a position while proposing an alternative and maintaining a gracious tone throughout. In the opinion of this reviewer, Olson does not succeed on any of these counts. … Continue reading Review of Against Calvinism by Roger E. Olson