The Nicene Faith is a significant but theologically problematic survey of the major works and thinkers surrounding Nicaea and 4th-century theology.
I often struggled with the purpose of reading the Bible daily, but I found help in an unusual place. Martin Kähler shows us that we know God in Scripture.
Abstraction within the Biblical worldview is not an impersonal idea but a perceived relationship between particular objects.
Buy from WTS Books Within the church today there are many different answers to the question "what is the Gospel?" Though we find Christians in our churches who can articulate magnificently the five points of the TULIP or the remonstrants or who can point to every verse in Scripture referring to the baptism in the Spirit … Continue reading A Review of What is the Gospel? by Greg Gilbert
Ethics is traditionally the third realm covered by philosophy. Once we know what is (metaphysics) and how we have knowledge (epistemology), it is then necessary to ask, what do we do? How does one act in such a world? If our metaphysic posits that what is real is not the physical world but the immaterial … Continue reading The Christian Worldview (4): Ethics (a)