A scene from the Benedictional of Æthelwold (963-984) depicting the Ascension of Christ

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Problematic Views of God Christians Should Know About

Michael Horton and Fred Sanders discuss a growing trend to pull away from classical theism and move toward a more immanent view of God, seeing him as evolving throughout the course of history.

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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Trinity

A wide-ranging 2021 conversation with Matthew Barrett about one of the chapters from his book Simply Trinity.

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Pauline Trinitarianism from The Trinity in the Canon

Brandon Smith has edited an impressive set of essays on the Biblical doctrine of the Trinity, entitled The Trinity in the Canon (B&H, 2023). Weighing in at 15 chapters in 483 pages, the volume is a…

Why Christmas is Bigger than EasterThe Incarnation exists for the Atonement, but it is also so much more.

Wait … is this actually on the Incarnation? If you take up Athanasius’s fourth-century classic On the Incarnation for your Advent or Christmas reading, you’ll likely find yourself asking this very question. For you’ll soon make the discovery that…

To Be God is to Be HappyEnjoying Divine Blessedness

When Paul says, “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us,” he uses the same word twice: blessed (Ephesians 1:3). A moment’s thought, however, shows that God blesses us altogether differently…

Review of Roger Olson’s Against Liberal TheologyA Nonconservative’s Plea to Those Leaving Conservative Churches

In the preface of Roger Olson’s new book, Against Liberal Theology, we meet a particular type of exvangelical all too familiar in this age of disillusionment and deconstruction. As Olson describes this tribe, “They grew up in…

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The Holy SpiritAn Introduction

Fred Sanders

“How do we think about someone who is not merely ‘out there’ but also in, with, and through us? Fred Sanders has set out to do just such thinking. The result is a study on the Holy Spirit that comes like a breath of fresh air where familiar terms and images take on new and unexpected significances.”

Simon Chan

Former Professor of Systematic Theology, Trinity Theological College, Singapore; Editor, Asia Journal of Theology

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