A Down Payment on a Good Home
It is that time of year here in Michigan when you begin to see yard sales cropping up around your neighborhood. When... Read More
Christianity: It’s a Religion (Not Just a Relationship)
You’ve heard the mantra a dozen times: “Christianity is not a religion; it’s a relationship.” This statement is quite wrong. Firstly, because... Read More
He Not Only Gets Us, but Is Better Than Us and Can Save and Transform Us
You may have seen an advertisement recently with striking black and white photographs, thought-provoking statements, and the phrase “He Gets Us. All... Read More
Helpful Thoughts on Infant Baptism
I recently came across a few interesting thoughts about infant baptism. The first is an excellent rejoinder by Jeff Straub to arguments... Read More
The Virgin Birth and the Immaculate Conception
In today’s episode of Theologically Driven, Dr. Snoeberger mentions the distinction between the virgin birth of Jesus and the “Immaculate Conception,” a... Read More
How Should Believers View Government?
The last several months have included a lot of opportunities for Christians to think about the government. Contested elections, controversial judicial decisions,... Read More
Why I Will Still Sing About Christ Being Forsaken: A Response to ‘Neither Forsaken nor Estranged from God.’
If you have not yet seen Dr. Mark Snoeberger’s recent article about the death of God in the death of Christ, I... Read More
Why Do Christians Believe in the Trinity? Is It Rational?
Christians are people of the book, but the word “Trinity” is not found anywhere in the Bible. So, is the Trinity a... Read More
Is Christ’s Receipt of “Life-in-Himself” (John 5:26) Proof of Eternal Generation?
Two years ago at the national meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society, anticipation ran high about a scheduled plenary debate on the... Read More
Synthesizing Indwelling, Omnipresence, and Sanctification
The question of the absence or presence of the indwelling ministry of the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament is a relatively... Read More