Month: November 2015

A Cure for Fundamentalism(s)

Only the Reformed doctrine of common grace will allow Christians to uphold their absolute convictions, while engaging with the “Other.”

/ November 30, 2015

Black Lives Matter is Not Anti-Police

Understanding #BlackLivesMatter from a Reformed and Biblical perspective on justice.

/ November 25, 2015

On Gifts and Gender: Being a Female Reformed Theologian

Guest blogger Paige Britton explains how she has wrestled with the tension between her calling and her gender.

/ November 24, 2015

Understanding Understanding Dispensationalists Pt.2

Dr. Vern Poythress presents several obstacles to upholding a classical dispensational theology.

/ November 23, 2015

Christian Response to Injustice – Part 4

To finish the series, Marcos calls on Christians to confront injustice and protest on behalf of the disenfranchised.

/ November 20, 2015

A Puritan Prayer for the Church

In light of the terrorist attacks in Paris and the ensuing chaos around the world, what more timely thing is there to do but pray?

/ November 19, 2015
Reading Revelation with fresh eyes: why I’m excited about my latest book arrival

Reading Revelation with Fresh Eyes

Guest contributor Lisa Robinson shares her excitement over G.K. Beale's latest book on Revelation and her own journey towards covenant theology.

/ November 17, 2015

Islamophobia is a Sin

The terrorist attack in Paris has set the world on edge. No matter our pain, we cannot tolerate Islamophobia.

/ November 16, 2015

Reading the Margins – 11.14.2015

What we saw or read this week: Calling out Christian conferences for their lack of minority speakers, how European churches are ministering to Muslim refugees, and the struggle for religious freedom in Indonesia.

/ November 14, 2015

The Injustice of the American Capital Punishment System – Part 3

As the series continues, injustices in the fabric of the capital punishment system are highlighted.

/ November 13, 2015