D.M. Baillie – Personality, Modes or Social Trinity?

Recently, I found Baillie’s monumental book on Christology and have only really flipped through it, but what I’ve found touches


Tertullian’s Formula in Greek

Tertullian’s Formula was never used for much of the 4th century Christological debates, surprisingly enough. It was, however, redefined by

Fourth Century

4th Century Christianity: Damasus and Theodosius, 381

As we close the 4th Century, at least in this aspect (we must remember that Augustine did his fair share

Fourth Century

4th Century Christianity: Marcellus’ Fight

Continuing our look at the 4th Century and doctrinal development.

Fourth Century

4th Century Christianity: The Trinity in Pictures

As we explore the development of the Doctrine of the Trinity in the 4th Century, I thought that I might


On the Question of My Doctrine

Friends, recently I’ve had a few emails stating that And by the way, some bloggers think you are way off


Amen, Brother Calvin: The Essentials of Doctrine

When we say that the pure ministry of the word and pure celebration of the sacraments is a fit pledge

Bible Translation

Vetting the New Living Translation (NLT)

As many of my readers know, I come from a King James Only background (KJVO). It took me several years