Theology, Uncategorized

What’s on My Desk and Why it Matters

Over the course of the next six weeks, my desktop will be cluttered with an array of systematic theologies. Wayne Grudem, Louis Berkhof, Michael Horton, and Millard Erickson will continually speak in the shadows of Dr. Gregg Allison's work on the 50 core truths of the Christian faith. As I thumb through the scholarly works… Continue reading What’s on My Desk and Why it Matters

Bible Study, Biblical Growth and Change, Theology, Topical Study, Uncategorized

Biblical Growth and Change, Part Four

Union With Christ Theologically speaking, nothing is more basic or central to knowing and enjoying God than union with Christ. It's what the Bible and the heart of the Christian faith is all about. Union with Christ means that by faith alone, Christ is now our representative, whereas Adam was our previous representative. Understanding your… Continue reading Biblical Growth and Change, Part Four

Biblical Counseling, Biblical Growth and Change, Intro, Theology, Topical Study, Uncategorized

Upcoming Series: Biblical Growth and Change

At the sound of the alarm each morning, we push back the sheets and step into our routines. Day after day we do the same things, and in short-term thinking we often expect different results. Human beings are creatures of habit, both good and bad. When we come to Jesus, we do so as sinners.… Continue reading Upcoming Series: Biblical Growth and Change

Discernment, Theology, Uncategorized

The Means by Which God Speaks to His Church

The canon of Scripture was not an after the fact development, but something woven deep into the fabric of God’s redemptive plan. Since the close of the canon in the first century, the Word of God alone is the means by which God speaks to his church. Previously, He spoke to His people in various… Continue reading The Means by Which God Speaks to His Church