Theology

Generous Orthodoxy? A Reply To Bishop Carter

The resident bishop of Florida, who is also a moderator for The United Methodist Church’s Commission on the Way Forward,

Books

Book Announcement: @UtsDoc’s “Scripture and the Life of God”

I’ve had the pleasure of reading some of this before. This will go into the theological canon of Next Methodism

Theology

Reading Barron: noncompetitive kenosis?

I keep seeing, much to my chagrin, quote and quote on my Facebook wall from ]] and his idea that

Theology

The Subtle Heresy of William Lane Craig and Why It Matters

This is another rather lengthy post, whereby I seek to clarify the orthodox Christological position of dyothelitism against the heretical

Sanctification

Aldersgate as Invitation

In the evening I went very unwillingly to a society in Aldersgate Street, where one was reading Luther’s Preface to

Theology

No, The Trinity is Not Like a Fidget Spinner

Anytime folks begin to teach on the Trinity and say, “the Trinity is like….” I immediately brace myself for impact.

Theology

Anselm v. the Apologists

“I have never seen anyone die for the ontological argument.” –Albert Camus Anselm of Canterbury wrote two tracts that set

Theology

The Host and the Servant of the New Creation: A Homily

This is a sermon I preached on Maundy Thursday 2016, which Joel graciously let me share with you via his