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The Church’s Law-Grace Throwdown: 300 Years and Going Strong
A group of 18th-century Scottish churchmen fought bitterly over the right teaching. How we can we avoid veering toward their extremes?
Subscriber Access Only Why We Still Need Kierkegaard
Evangelicals shouldn’t forget his mission to make faith more ‘difficult.’
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God’s Love Isn’t Neat and Tidy
Why we shouldn’t seek an airtight explanation for the problem of evil.
Died: Charles C. Ryrie, Theologian Whose Study Bible Shaped Dispensationalism
The 90-year-old scholar leaves behind a legacy beyond Dallas Seminary.
Wheaton Faculty Council Unanimously Asks College To Keep Larycia Hawkins
(UPDATED) 78 Wheaton professors affirm Hawkins's theology. Diversity committee raises discrimination concerns.
Crossway: Why J.I. Packer's Ministry Has Ended
Publisher reveals respected author and speaker is going blind.
What Arab Christians Think of Wheaton-Hawkins 'Same God' Debate
Controversy echoes what Mideast Christians have wrestled with for centuries.
Dispatches from the Wondrous, Terrifying World of Bible Scholarship
Why studying Scripture professionally can bring great joy—but also great pain.
Died: Ian Howard Marshall, Courageous and Winsome Bible Scholar
A tribute to the New Testament expert who kept the flame of evangelical scholarship from burning out.
Sarah Bessey: In Praise of Everyday Theologians
God-talk isn’t just for academia. It’s for laundry rooms, gyms, hospitals, and everywhere else.
Don't Laugh, but I Think Theology Should Be Funny
An excerpt from "The Work of Theology."
Subscriber Access Only Why You Shouldn’t Call That False Teaching a Heresy
How to tell which errors deserve the ultimate warning label.
Subscriber Access Only History’s Biggest Heresies
False teachings condemned by the church.
Why Being a Pastor-Scholar Is Nearly Impossible
Three tensions of combining pastoral and academic work.
Pope Pious: What Evangelicals Like About Francis
Disagreement over religious authority and salvation fades as piety trumps doctrine.
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Reading Esther in the Shadow of ISIS
Reading Esther in the Shadow of ISIS
A Jewish philosopher’s perspective on how God delivers his people from radical evil.
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