Some Thoughts on Katherine Sonderegger’s Theology Proper, Part 1: “What Is His Name?”

August 12, 2020 | Ryan M Hurd

The satirical farce of man gifting a god with “being” brings us to where the Scripture wants us: the place to acknowledge He Who Is, who is in no need of being gifted with anything (Rom. 11:35) because he is subsistent being itself, and who for that reason gives being to all as his first effect (v. 36)…

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"The Fulfillment of the Promises of God: An Explanation of Covenant Theology " by Richard P. Belcher Jr.

August 11, 2020 | Harrison Perkins

Reformed theology in recent years has seen a resurgence of interest in covenant theology, which has come with a new wave of books about the biblical covenants…

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Theistic Philosophy and Tolkien’s Hobbit, Part 2: Plot and God’s Truth: Descartes

August 10, 2020 | Anthony G. Cirilla

It is not until undergoing the transformative experience of meeting his own evil demon that Bilbo is equipped, like Descartes, to believe in a more essential self than meets the eye of his companions…

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