Beyond Authority and Submission: A Review

Article by   October 2019
Rachel Green Miller's recent book, Beyond Authority and Submission, published by our friends at P & R, was endorsed by some close personal friends of mine, people whose expertise and acumen I greatly admire. In addition, several positive endorsements of the book have appeared on ACE sites. All of these things contributed to my interest in reading and reviewing the book for myself... continue

Is Middle Knowledge Biblical? An Evaluation

  In part one of this series, the doctrine of middle knowledge was set forth and explained on its own terms. Its principal concern is to reconcile the sovereignty of divine agency and the liberty of human agency by inserting...
Posted October 14, 2019 @ 2:16 PM by Charles Rennie

A Heavenly Appetizer

Many Christians today hold to the misconception that the Lord's Supper is nothing other than a memorial meal, a time where we "look back" and reflect upon the death of Christ. This is generally the view of mainstream evangelicalism, though...
Posted October 7, 2019 @ 9:29 PM by Jonathan Cruse

A Biblical View of Race(s)

The topics of racism, social justice, and racial reconciliation have been hotly debated topics within the Church and on social media for some time now. One of the questions that I have routinely encountered from Christians in these debates...
Posted October 4, 2019 @ 11:53 AM by Guy Richard

Soul Food and Spiritual Drink

Humans are complex creatures, consisting of body and soul. God formed us out of the dust of the ground (Gen. 2:7a). He gave us bodies, making us physical creatures. And He nourishes our bodies with physical things. The Lord provides...
Posted October 2, 2019 @ 9:17 AM by Ken Golden

Is Middle Knowledge Biblical? An Explanation

Middle knowledge, otherwise known as Molinism, derives its name from a 16th century Jesuit named Luis de Molina (1535-1600). There is evidence that within a decade of Molina's death, his view of middle knowledge had a profound influence upon the...
Posted September 30, 2019 @ 11:08 AM by Charles Rennie

My Kind of Hero

It took me a while to remember who Joshua Harris was when he "kissed Christianity goodbye." The news didn't really rattle me; he's so far from the mainstream of my life that I missed whatever it was he was selling....
Posted September 27, 2019 @ 7:57 AM by John Bugay

Patience and Maturity

Over the past several months, I've taken a break from regular writing and blogging because I've been pondering the importance of Christian maturity. The apostle Paul himself stated that one of the central goals of his ministry was to...
Posted September 25, 2019 @ 8:27 AM by Gabriel Williams

Reciting the Creed

Why do we recite the historic creeds of the church in our worship services? There are a few ways to answer this question. First, we believe these creeds are really just recitations of the content of Scripture. All we are...
Posted September 23, 2019 @ 9:15 AM by Adam Parker
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