Blessed Secularism

If someone asked us about the current state of North American society, how would we respond? Would we bemoan the state of our leadership, the lack of Biblical values in education, the various policies enacted by our government? Sure, if pressed, we may express thankfulness for the freedom we enjoy and the security we have, … Continue reading Blessed Secularism

A Review of What is the Gospel? by Greg Gilbert

Buy from AmazonBuy 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 … Continue reading A Review of What is the Gospel? by Greg Gilbert

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