Apologetics

Review of “Defending the Faith: Apologetics in Women’s Ministry” @KregelAcademic

I have to be honest and admit that I came to Mary Jo Sharp’s Defending the Faith: Apologetics in Women’s Ministry predisposed

Apologetics

Review: @BakerAcademic: Imaginative Apologetics

Apologetics is changing. Yes, the stereotype of the white man in a suit that simply loves to argue and has

Books

Book Review: “A Jigsaw Guide to Making Sense of the World” @IVPress

  I just finished Alex McLellan’s “A Jigsaw Guide to Making Sense of the World” (IVP 2012) McLellan is the

Other Posts

Why I’ll watch “Jesus Christ Superstar” again this Easter

There’s a new production of Jesus Christ Superstar on Broadway. And it’s Easter weekend. So I thought it might be

Hermeneutics

Why the Bible Shouldn’t Have to be “Applied”

After a brief hiatus, I’ve jump-started my search for a well-defined, workable Christocentric hermeneutic. We’re not quite there yet, but

Apologetics

What’s Missing from Modern Apologetics?

Apologetics has experienced somewhat of a boost of late—in part because of the new atheism and in part because post-modernism

Books

Blogging Through “Justification: Five Views” Roman Catholic View @ivpacademic

Here we are—the last entry in our survey of IVP Academic’s Justification: Five Views. In a way, this final essay

Books

Blogging Through “Justification: Five Views” The Deification View @ivpacademic

I have to admit up front that I found this chapter absolutely fascinating. I was brought up in a traditional