Tag Archives: Athanasius

9 Things You Should Know About Holy Week

The following is a repost from here: ________________________________________ 9 Things You Should Know About Holy Week by Joe Carter, an editor for the Gospel Coalition Holy Week is the week before Easter, a period which includes the religious holidays of … Continue reading

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Recovering the Pastor as Theologian

Every pastor is called to be a theologian.  The present day pastor has long forgotten this.  In fact, the pastor as theologian comes as a surprise to many pastors today.  What may now come as a surprise to many, in this … Continue reading

Posted in Athanasius, Christian Theology, Incarnation, John Calvin, Michael F. Bird, Pastor, Pastoral Ministry, St. Augustine, The Glory of God, Worship | Tagged , , , , , , , | 12 Comments

Thiselton on Paul’s Approach to the Trinity

Professor of Christian Theology at the University of Nottingham, Anthony C. Thiselton, in a chapter titled Paul’s view of God and its Trinitarian implications, in his latest book—The Living Paul: An Introduction to the Apostle’s Life and Thought—draws the following conclusion: … Continue reading

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Professor Daniel B. Wallace compares N.T. Wright to Rudolf Bultmann

In another able critique of Bishop NT Wright’s view of Paul and Justification, dikaiosunē theou, that is, “the righteousness of God” and so on, I find it interesting that Dr. Daniel B. Wallace, professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas … Continue reading

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