For this month, Towers asked two theology faculty members to answer this question: Where are you on the cessationist-continuationist spectrum? What do you make of stories about incredible supernatural or demonic activity? Bruce A. Ware T. Rupert and Lucille Coleman Professor of Christian Theology My position is a bit of a compromise, or blending, of…
God is the creator and ruler of the universe – and that is good news.
How is it that God rescues sinful, fallen people in this world? The gospel is the good news for Protestants, Catholics, and every man.
The question of authority has always been the central dividing line between Catholics and Protestants.
“My emotional response to a particular doctrine or teaching is not the barometer of its theological truth.”
Are children responsible for their sins?
Despite claims to the contrary, critical doctrines central to the Protestant Reformation continue to set it apart from the Catholic Church.
Does Reformation theology matter today? Absolutely. It is tempting to think of the Reformation as a mere political or social movement. In reality, however, the Reformation was a fight over the gospel itself.
The words of Scripture are the exact words that God wanted written.
Since the solas are true to Scripture, all Christians in every generation ought to remember, embrace, and proclaim them
For the Christian, death is a homecoming, not an event to be feared.
We must never grow tired of gaining greater precision and clarity in our theological thinking, especially when it is about the God who has created and redeemed us.
Christians can disagree about secondary matters… and that’s okay.
Brother pastor, if you haven’t read deeply and widely in the Baptist history canon, put these giants atop your reading list.
Anyone who wants to turn to Christ in repentance and faith, anyone who comes to him and says, “I’m sorry for my sins,” is forgiven.