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Theology

 

How Do We Encounter Reality?

by Joe Boot and Nathan Oblak and Ryan Eras

October 13, 2021

Contrary to unbelieving philosophy which places some aspect of human experience on the throne of the universe, and contrary to earlier Christian philosophy which seeks to elevate theology above all other spheres of science, is the Reformational view. On this view, the self-attesting revealed Word of God is the basis for every subsequent theory about the universe.

 

A Call to Divine Obedience

by Aaron Rock

November 27, 2020

Incarnational ministry is fundamental to human health and spiritual well-being. We cannot afford to draw back from all risk or we will lose the very thing we fight for: life and liberty.

 

Sitting Before the Lord

by David Robinson

February 23, 2020 | 2 Samuel 7:18-8:18

In this text, David shows us how to respond to God's Word: he sits before the LORD, he prays that the LORD would keep his promises, and he acts in terms of God's promise.

 

Learning Lament

by David Robinson

January 12, 2020 | 2 Samuel 1

Although we would expect the death of King Saul to bring relief and joy to David, it instead brings grief and lament which is actually a Godly response and shows that David, once again, is a man after God's own heart.

 

Learning Lament

by David Robinson

January 12, 2020 | 2 Samuel 1

Although we would expect the death of King Saul to bring relief and joy to David, it instead brings grief and lament which is actually a Godly response and shows that David, once again, is a man after God's own heart.

 

Behold Your God!

by David Robinson

December 29, 2019 | Isaiah 40

There are twelve days to Christmas, starting with December 25th and continuing to January 6th. Therefore, at the end of every year and also at the beginning of the next one, our eyes are fixed on Christ, God's son whose birth we celebrate at Christmas.

 

The God of Peace

by Joe Boot

November 24, 2019 | 1 Thessalonians 5:19-28

The closing of this letter is no more a light dessert than the opening is simply an appetizer; it ties together the theme of the letter and would have been written with Paul's own hand.

 

The God of Peace

by Joe Boot

November 24, 2019 | 1 Thessalonians 5:19-28

The closing of this letter is no more a light desert than the opening is simply an appetizer; it ties together the theme of the letter and would have been written with Paul's own hand.

 

Grieving in Hope

by David Robinson

November 3, 2019 | 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18

Paul speaks to the Thessalonians about death so that rather than grieving about it they will be encouraged about their future and encourage others with what he tells them.

 

Grieving in Hope

by David Robinson

November 3, 2019 | 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18

Paul speaks to the Thessalonians about death so that rather than grieving about it they will be encouraged about their future and encourage others with what he tells them.

 

The Two Kingdoms that Weren’t

by Douglas Wilson

June 10, 2019

Rev. Douglas Wilson discusses the doctrine of the Two Kingdoms. This is a controversy that carries enormous practical significance. How should we live in a world that refuses to acknowledge the kingship of Jesus?

 

What’s a Christian to do with Natural Law?

by Jeffery Ventrella and P. Andrew Sandlin and Ryan Eras

March 1, 2019

Jeff Ventrella and Andrew Sandlin discuss natural law theory and natural theology, highlighting what man is for, how we should live, and the proper role of reason in relation to the written Word of God. In every human activity, there is an assumed worldview, and therefore an assumed cosmology.