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Why Female Theologians Take Flak in the Public Square
The potential rewards of celebrity culture are many, but so are the risks.
Opinion | Discipleship. Why Female Theologians Take Flak in the Public Square. The potential rewards of celebrity culture are many, but so are the risks.
One-on-One with David Dockery on the Reforming Catholic Confession that Celebrates the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation
Faithful Protestants continue to share many basic Christian beliefs in spite of our very real denominational differences.
Dozens of Protestant theologians have joined to produce the Reforming Catholic Confession, which has been endorsed by several hundred church leaders.
Protestants: The Most ‘Catholic’ of Christians
New confession by high-profile theologians gives post-Reformation unity a URL.
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Protestants: The Most 'Catholic' of Christians. New confession by high-profile theologians gives post-Reformation unity a URL. Caleb Lindgren. September
The Godness of GodSubscriber Access Only
Karl Barth thought we needed to be reminded continually of the obvious, which to Barth was not so obvious.
Nearly 100 years ago, a book was published in Switzerland that, as one scholar put it, “landed like a bombshell on the playground of theologians.” That playground was inhabited by
Sorry, Old Testament: Most Theologians Don't Use You
Should systematic theologies equally rely on Bible verses from the Old and New Testament? Experts weigh in.
Research. Sorry, Old Testament: Most Theologians Don't Use You. Or that theologians always seem to reference the Gospels and Paul, but rarely the Old Testament?
One-on-One with Jon Laansma on His New Book on Hebrews
Associate Professor of Ancient Languages and New Testament offers new commentary.
It has been something of a mystery and outlier for both Christian historians and theologians, but the truth is that it would be hard to imagine the history of the Christian teaching without
Died: Robert Jenson, ‘America’s Theologian’
The lifelong Lutheran and ecumenical leader shaped a generation with new scholarship on the Trinity, salvation, and systematics.
Caleb Lindgren and Kate Shellnutt. September 07, 2017 1:32 PM. Image: Jon Roxborgh. Robert Jenson, one of the top American theologians of the 20th century, died this week at 87.
Sufjan Stevens’ ‘Planetarium’ Charts a God-Sustained Cosmos
The singer-songwriter’s latest collaboration sets a distinctly biblical course through the Created Order.
Theologians often look to artists for inspiration—and, so long as the artist and the inspiration are right, this relationship can greatly benefit Christian thinking.
What to Make of Karl Barth’s Steadfast Adultery
Do the recent revelations discredit his theology?
This is what prompted liberal theologians—many of whom had taught Barth—to support the German war effort in World War I. This so rattled Barth, he was compelled to rethink theology
A Theology Lesson from Quantum Physics
What beaming a proton to space has to do with salvation.
Theologians are just as hard-pressed to explain the mystery of humanity's entangled relationship with Adam as physicists are to explain quanta's entangled relationships with each other
Preaching the Gospel with Words: Why There’s No Other Way
We marginalize evangelism when we say the good news is social action.
heard. Forget it! Most serious theologians doubt Saint Francis ever uttered this phrase, because he knew everyone has the right to hear the gospel. We
Died: Peter Berger, Prominent Sociologist of Religion
(UPDATED) His work 'made all the theologians just want to be sociologists when they grew up.'
(UPDATED) His work 'made all the theologians just want to be sociologists when they grew up.'. Gleanings.
Theology for Life (Ep. 14): Why Theology & Discipleship Are Interwoven
Dr. Keith Johnson is Associate Professor of Theology at Wheaton College.
What does it look like for the Church to take seriously our call of theology as discipleship? First, Johnson says, we must remember that we are all theologians.
The ‘Religious Affections’ of Billy Graham’s Evangelism
On the evangelist’s 99th birthday, we look at the role desire played in so many decisions for Christ.
This formula was nothing new. It had been discovered two centuries earlier by one of America's greatest theologians, Jonathan Edwards. Awakening Desire.
Friend, Have You Heard the Good News About the Simulation Hypothesis?
Why a sci-fi idea championed by Elon Musk and others is an opportunity for Christians.
For thousands of years, theologians, religious priests, and philosophers have asserted that our immediate, visible, and experienced reality is not “all there is.” Whether one turns to the
Theology for Life (Ep. 3): Mary in Art and Icons
Associate Professor of Art History embraces Mary and Jesus in art
What can we learn from the icons of Mary and Jesus about God the Father and about the Incarnation? What does it mean that Mary is known by theologians as theotokos?
The New ‘Magic School Bus’ Still Sees Knowledge as a Gateway to Wonder
For many, science is about pursuing mastery. Ms. Frizzle has always invited us to marvel instead.
of the Director. Theologians have long recognized this mutually conversant relationship between “general” and “special” revelation. Tertullian, for instance
Today’s Church Needs the ‘Timeless Spirit’ of PietismSubscriber Access Only
Why a centuries-old reform movement might hold the key to transforming our world, one renewed heart at a time.
Today's Church Needs the 'Timeless Spirit' of Pietism. Why a centuries-old reform movement might hold the key to transforming our world, one renewed heart at a time.
Reformation 500: Top 10 Articles
Here are our favorite stories about the Reformation from 2017.
5. 'Grace Alone' 500 Years Later A Catholic perspective. 4. Protestants: The Most 'Catholic' of Christians New confession by high-profile theologians gives post-Reformation unity a URL.
Theology for Life: Launching a New Weekly Podcast I Am Co-Hosting with Wheaton Professor Lynn Cohick
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Because we are right here, surrounded by some of the leading theologians and scholars in the world, sometimes we will include other Wheaton College faculty.
Why So Many Christians Wanted a ‘Pagan Brawler’ in the White House
Stephen Mansfield: Why So Many Conservative Christians Wanted a ‘Pagan Brawler’ in the White House
And how their choice of Trump has affected the church since last year’s election.
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