In the study of the Hebrew Bible, there are two very different approaches. The first is by the theologian. His main goal is to find the timeless theological truths either for abstract theology or for application. While the historical context of the books are important, they play a minor role in his overall work. The... Continue Reading →
H. R. Mackintosh, The Person of Christ Announcement: I've actually edited and self-published this book on Amazon. Unlike most other copies of this work, I've taken the time to edit it. I've modernized/Americanized many of the spellings. I've broken up the paragraphs to a readable length. I've added subheadings in the text so that you can... Continue Reading →
There is no doubt that Neo-Evangelicalism and Fundamentalism are in for a good deal of change. What were two distinct camps within Evangelicalism are now beginning to mingle. It seems that in the church, new battlefronts are taking shape and forcing these two separate parties to unite or die. In the past, on the one... Continue Reading →
Genre. Wellum's book is a scholarly argument. While readable and understandable, it is comprised entirely of an analysis of both Christology proper and the history surrounding the doctrine. As such, it is suitable for people already familiar with the landscape of Christology and a general knowledge theological history. Organization. In the introduction, Wellum stated that... Continue Reading →
We have really no option but to think about Him with all our might and with the best intellectual instruments at our command. Reason—which is more than logic—insists on coming into our faith. Nothing is easier, nothing is cheaper, and, I believe, nothing in the long result is more fatal, than to give men the... Continue Reading →
We all struggle with interpreting the Mosaic Covenant as Christians. Well, we know what the Law says, it is clear enough. But what does it mean to us. Here is my answer. But like all good answers, there is a bit involved. First, the Mosaic Covenant (from now on revered to as the Law) established... Continue Reading →
In this podcast, I interview Jonathon Davis about his paper concerning the theology of Bonhoeffer. I really enjoyed this interview. Jonathon really knew his stuff and was able to take a lot of the confusing parts about Bonhoeffer and distill it for me to understand. I hope you enjoy!
Here more of my thoughts on fundamentalism. I was scrolling through Twitter last Saturday (yes, I have a twitter account @NateLabadorf) and noticed something that really disappointed me. I did a search for my alma mater Bob Jones University to find out what people were saying about it. To my disappointment, the most repeated topic... Continue Reading →