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Review of Light in a Dark Place

John Feinberg is a renowned evangelical scholar, having laboured for a life time to do theology from the word of God. Light in a Dark place represents the sum of his life-long commitment to labouring under the authority of Scripture. Because of my interest in the doctrine of Scripture, I was delighted to receive a copy of Light … Continue reading Review of Light in a Dark Place

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Review of Biblical Theology by Nick Roark and Robert Cline

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 has been commonly recognized … Continue reading Review of Biblical Theology by Nick Roark and Robert Cline

Is There a Cultural Mandate for Christians? – Teleioteti

Many Christians use the so-called "cultural mandate" as the foundation for the theologies of Christian interaction with creation and Christian work. Yet is this mandate actually applicable to Christians? It is argued here that the cultural mandate is replaced in the New Testament by the Great Commission. Source: Is There a Cultural Mandate for Christians? … Continue reading Is There a Cultural Mandate for Christians? – Teleioteti

The Christian Worldview (3): Epistemology (a)

Books have been written on what the Bible says about epistemology, I cannot hope in a few pages to provide a comprehensive epistemology. The best book in this regard, I believe, is John Frame’s The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God: I will here highlight a few salient points of a biblical epistemology based on … Continue reading The Christian Worldview (3): Epistemology (a)

Biblical Themes that Define Us (4): Jesus’s Family

Throughout Scripture, various motifs are given to describe the Christian life. These motifs can help us understand the way we should act as those who are called by God, called by God to be on mission in the World but not to be conformed to it (John 17:14-19). The radical freedom given by the Christian’s … Continue reading Biblical Themes that Define Us (4): Jesus’s Family

The Moral Act of Reading: A Response to Deconstructionism

In the late 19th century, Friedrich Nietzsche captured in striking words the chaos into which the 20th and 21st century world would be plunged, writing in his The Gay Science¸ What were we doing when we unchained this earth from its sun? Where is it moving to now? Where are we moving to? Away from … Continue reading The Moral Act of Reading: A Response to Deconstructionism

The Christian Worldview (2): Metaphysics (c)

Within the Christian metaphysic, humanity has a unique role in the created order as the representatives of the creator God in the created world: we were to rule as His representatives. The biblical language for this is the image of God. Yet in the fall, all humanity is under a curse: each person is sinful … Continue reading The Christian Worldview (2): Metaphysics (c)

Biblical Themes that Define Us (3): Elect Exiles

Throughout Scripture, various motifs are given to describe the Christian life, motifs that can help us understand the way we should act as those who are called by God to be on mission in the World but not to be conformed to it (John 17:14-19). A third motif that describes the Christian life in this … Continue reading Biblical Themes that Define Us (3): Elect Exiles