Fifth 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…

Weekly Recap August 6, 2016

Lots of good content this week! Check out our summary of Scott Klusendorf’s book The Case for Life. We reviewed two of Rosaria Butterfield’s books The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert and Openness Unhindered. Also, not to miss is our interview…

Evangelicals Forsaking Orthodox Christianity?

Guest Blog by S. Donald Fortson III Professor of Church History and Practical Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary - Charlotte Having studied the homosexual issue for many years, and recently co-authored a book on the topic, Unchanging Witness: The Consistent Christian Teaching…

Fourth 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…

WHOMEVER HE WILLS: A SURPRISING DISPLAY OF SOVEREIGN MERCY, edited by Matthew Barrett and Thomas Nettles

This excellent collection of essays is dedicated to the defense of the divine initiative in salvation and many of its attending concerns: The “five points” of Calvinism Monergism Compatibilism (the compatibility of determinism and human freedom) Divine sovereignty and evil…

Weekly Recap July 30, 2016

Don’t miss this week’s discussion between Dr. Mike Ovey, Dr. Fred Sanders, Dr. Scott Swain, and Dr. Steve Wellum on the Trinity, submission, subordination and other related issues. Also, make sure to check out our reviews of Vern Poythress’ book…

Trends and Opportunities in Church-Based Counseling Ministry

Guest blog by Robert W. Kellemen, author of Gospel-Centered Counseling I was recently interviewed on a national podcast about my book Gospel-Centered Counseling: How Christ Changes Lives. Two of the most interesting questions related to trends and opportunities in biblical…

A Third Updated Edition of the Great Trinity Debate

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…

Listen in as Four Theologians Discuss the Trinity Debate

[audio mp3="http://booksataglance.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Trinity-discussion.mp3"][/audio]   If you’re interested in theology, and unless you have no access at all to cyberspace, you’re aware of the recent debate regarding the Trinity. But perhaps you haven’t kept up. Or maybe you’ve tried to keep up…

Weekly Recap July 23, 2016

Good things going on this week! Make sure to check out our summary of Christopher Holmes book The Holy Spirit. We also sat down with David Mathis to talk about his books on habits of grace. Don’t miss our reviews of…

Notions of Homosexual Orientation in Antiquity and the Christian Hope of Transforming Grace

A Guest Blog by Rollin G. Grams Introduction In the 1980s, certain scholars in mainline denominations began to assemble a case for homosexuality. They claimed, among other things, that what we mean by ‘homosexuality’ is not what Biblical texts meant. One…

An Updated Bibliography on the 2016 Trinity Debate

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…

Weekly Recap July 16, 2016

Plenty of new material to see this week! Our summary of Scott Christensen’s book about free will and our interview with Gloria Furman on her new book are of note. Make sure not to miss out on K. Scott Oliphint’s…

REFORMATION READINGS OF PAUL: EXPLORATIONS IN HISTORY AND EXEGESIS, edited by Michael Allen and Jonathan A. Linebaugh

It’s no secret that the Protestant Reformers of the 16th century had a particular interest in the apostle Paul. They shared full agreement with the church fathers in matters pertaining to the person and natures of Christ, for which, for…

What’s So “Covenantal” About Apologetics?

Guest Blog by K. Scott Oliphint First on the list of questions I am asked about apologetics is why I prefer the term “covenantal.” Let me first say that the term has nothing to do with a change of apologetic…

The 2016 Trinity Debate: A 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…

Weekly Recap July 9, 2016

This week we summarized two of Francis Schaeffer’s works: Escape from Reason and He Is There and He Is Not Silent. We also heard from Craig Blomberg on the reliability of the New Testament canon!

The Historical Reliability of the New Testament: Craig Blomberg and His Books

We recently asked Craig Blomberg to talk to us about his books, and in response he has given us a very informative survey of his important work … and of some yet to come!   Guest Blog by Craig Blomberg…