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  • What’s so Nouvelle about the Nouvelle Théologie? (Boersma pt. 1)

    By Matt Jenson


    Fred Sanders and Matt Jenson had a blast engaging with two books on the Trinity a while back, so Jenson and Greg Peters decided they’d have a conversation about a couple books by Hans Boersma, in which he seeks to rehabilitate a sacramental ontology. In the first book, Nouvelle ...

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  • Evolution Without God

    By William Lane Craig

    Nov. 21, 2014

    This is the weekly Q & A blog post by our Research Professor in Philosophy, Dr. William Lane Craig:

    While taking an anthropology course at San Jose State University about 10 years ago, the instructor took a poll on the first day of class asking students if that we were there ...

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  • The Call of an Under-Shepherd

    By Darian Lockett

    Nov. 19, 2014

    At the end of September I had the honor of speaking at the installation of my good friend, Mickey Klink, as head pastor of Hope Evangelical Free Church in Rosco, Illinois. The following is the text of my talk and I thought I would share it in this venue as ...

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  • Women and the Office of Deacon: Part 5

    By John McKinley

    Nov. 18, 2014

    In my earlier posts for this series I argued that the office of Deacon should be reconsidered as broader than physical needs and re-defined as leadership of the ministries of the church. I argued that women should be promoted to the office of Deacon in the church. This final piece ...

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  • Christmas in November?

    By Gary Manning Jr

    Nov. 18, 2014

    Merry Christmas! Today, November 18, is Jesus' birthday, according to a few ancient sources.

    A few years ago, I came across an interesting article about the date of Jesus' birth by Paul Meier, a prominent New Testament scholar. Here is a summary:

    We celebrate Jesus' birthday on December 25, but ...

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  • Reflexiones del Pasado y Presente Sobre la Reforma en Hispano América

    By Octavio Esqueda

    Nov. 17, 2014

    Hace unos días tuve el privilegio de participar en el IV Congreso sobre la Reforma Protestante Española que tuvo lugar en la Facultad de Filosofía de la Universidad Complutense en Madrid, España. Este importante congreso internacional tuvo como tema principal la Reforma en Hispano América ...

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