Weekly Recap October 7

What a great weak we’ve had here! We do hope you’ve enjoyed it, but if you missed something, click on these links and be blessed by them.

Book Notice: ISRAEL MATTERS: WHY CHRISTIANS MUST THINK DIFFERENTLY ABOUT THE PEOPLE AND THE LAND, by Gerald R. McDermott

Gerald McDermott wants you to know that you don’t have to be a dispensationalist to believe that the Bible prophesies that Israel will again be restored to her land. You may have listened to our interview with him already. Here…

Book Notice: THEOLOGY IN THREE DIMENSIONS: A GUIDE TO TRIPERSPECTIVALISM AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE, by John M. Frame

Because God created all things with coherent unity, everything can be understood from the perspective of everything else. This applies even to theology! Positing that theological issues can be helpfully viewed from multiple perspectives without compromise to their unity and…

THIRTY-FIRST UPDATED EDITION OF THE TRINITY DEBATE BIBLIOGRAPHY

The 2016 Trinity Debate: A Bibliography Is it Okay to Teach a Complementarianism Based on Eternal Subordination?** Compiled by Jack Jeffery A bibliography of articles and posts in the current debate (began 3 JUN 2016)[1] concerning the eternal subordination of God…

PREPARING CHILDREN FOR MARRIAGE: HOW TO TEACH GOD’S GOOD DESIGN FOR MARRIAGE, SEX, PURITY, AND DATING, by Josh Mulvihill

Your children will make few decisions more important than their decision to marry. But they must make other choices before then—decisions about purity, dating, and their roles as men and women. Are they prepared? In this practical guide, Joshua Mulvihill…

Book Notice: THEOLOGIES OF THE AMERICAN REVIVALISTS: FROM WHITEFIELD TO FINNEY, by Robert W. Caldwell III

Theologies of the American Revivalists is a historical theological look at the fascinating story of American revival theology between 1740 and 1840. In the book, Robert W. Caldwell III considers the theologies of the important figures and movements of the…

Weekly Recap October 1

Four summaries, two interviews, a book review, and one blog post. If you missed this week, you’ve got some catching up to do.

THE PERSON OF CHRIST, by John Owen

Sinclair Ferguson could hardly give a more enthusiastic endorsement to this book than he does in the opening line of his Introduction. This book, he says, is “probably one of the most important books you could ever read.” Why? Because…

Weekly Recap September 23

We continued two excellent series this week: our interviews with Dr. David Hall and our summaries of Carson’s Enduring Authority.

Weekly Recap September 17

Were there any exegetical fallacies in Sunday’s sermon? How would you know? Read our summary from this week, that’s how!

Book Notice: JESUS AND THE FUTURE: WHAT HE TAUGHT ABOUT THE END TIMES, by Andreas Köstenberger, Alexander Stewart, Apollo Makara

It is the task of Systematic Theology to gather the doctrinal teaching of the entire Bible and organize it into a comprehensive whole. And to complete our work we must scour every last corner of Scripture to make sure we…

Weekly Recap September 10

We went heavy on the summaries this week. . .you’ve got some reading to do!

Weekly Recap September 3

You won’t want to miss our interview with Andrew David Naselli from this week; or the rest of it, for that matter!

Weekly Recap August 26

This week we focused heavily on Scripture and continued our interview series with Dr. Michael Haykin.

Chapter 9 of THE TRIUNE GOD, by Fred Sanders

Theses on the Revelation of the Trinity The following is chapter 9 of Fred Sanders’ The Triune God, in which he sums up much of his valuable work. Used here with permission from Zondervan.    The revelation of the Trinity…

Weekly Recap August 19

We discuss challenging historiography, the Trinity, preaching… and more this week!

“Accepted for Christ’s Sake” by B. B. Warfield

We must always be accepted for Christ’s sake, or we cannot ever be accepted at all. This is not true of us only “when we believe.” It is just as true after we have believed. It will continue to be…

Weekly Recap August 12

Preaching, Princetonians, and Persistent Reformation this Week!