I recently received a copy of Crossway's ESV Archaeology Study Bible. I want to give a short review of this excellent and up-to-date resource. With a team of over 15 archaeologists and experts providing historical and cultural insight into the biblical text, this study Bible is a fantastic support for students of God's word, pastors, … Continue reading ESV Archaeology Study Bible – A Review
In the first part of this review of Kevin Giles’ recent book The Rise and Fall of the Complementarian Doctrine of the Trinity, I presented the recent Trinitarian debate as given through the perspective of Giles. In this second part I would like to briefly review the main issue, and ask several questions that highlight … Continue reading Trinity Wars (Pt. 2)
A Review of The Rise and Fall of the Complementarian Doctrine of the Trinity, by Kevin Giles. The doctrine of the Trinity has always been one of utmost importance for Christians throughout church history and across denominational divides. From the first century onward Trinitarian debates have led to fiery contentions and bitter rivalries. Many times … Continue reading Trinity Wars (Pt. 1)
I wrote a review of Richard B. Hay's Reading Backwards: Figural Christology and the Fourfold Gospel. This was an excellent work that really caused me to reexamine some of my presuppositions when it comes to reading the gospels and the OT. You can find the review here: https://www.westernseminary.edu/transformedblog/2017/06/29/reading-backwards-figural-christology-and-the-fourfold-gospel-witness/ Tell me what you think!