Though studies in biblical theology have great promise, From Chaos to Cosmos flounders because the theme is seeks to expound is not present in Scripture.
Buy from WTS Books How do lengthy regulations about the manner of dress and eating habits of the Jews point to Jesus? What significance do the proverbs and wisdom literature of the Old Testament have for Christians today? Such questions inevitably face Christians as they read their Bibles. Among scholars who study the Bible, it … Continue reading Review of Biblical Theology
Buy from WTS Books The concept of “city” has long been of interest to theologians and biblical scholars, from Augustine’s apology for the destruction of Rome and account of the war between the City of man and the City of God (The City of God) to contemporary interest in cities among Christian sociologists (e.g. Jacques … Continue reading Review of The City of God and the Goal of Creation
Buy from AmazonBuy from WTS Books Though it has great value, Dominion and Dynasty is beset with a great weakness. Stephen Dempster’s attempt to read the whole Bible literarily fails to consider what the OT is and the contribution its nature and structure make to the question of the OT’s unity. By seeking the unity of the … Continue reading Critical Review of Dempster’s Dominion and Dynasty
For readings from the best of the Reformed and Evangelical traditions, there are lots to explore. These traditions emphasize the Bible and not analogy or experience as the primary source of theology. Below is a very short and quite selective bibliography of reformed and evangelical theology and biblical studies from the last 100 or so … Continue reading A Short and Selected Bibliography of Reformed and Evangelical Theology (tailored a bit for Regent College)