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Gregg Allison

Authority and salvation: Allison discusses Reformation and what divides Catholics and Protestants

Gregg R. Allison and his new book, The Unfinished Reformation: What Unites and Divides Catholics and Protestants After 500 Years

Feature review: ‘The Unfinished Reformation’

Gregg Allison and Chris Castaldo, The Unfinished Reformation: What Unites and Divides Catholics and Protestants After 500 Years (Zondervan 2016, $16.99) Hot takes and the social media echo chamber have rendered civil discourse on vital issues nearly impossible in recent years. As we approach the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, the need for clarity and…

The Summer 2008 SBJT Forum

Why Are You Here? Heavenly Work vs. Earthly Work

Overview This brief article examines the nature of human work from a biblical and theological perspective. Creation frames human work because God created humans as his image bearers, giving them the task of building civilization through procreation and vocation. But humanity’s purposeful work became cursed work through sin. Now the gospel transforms and restores our work…

‘A different worldview’: Allison discusses new book on Roman Catholic theology

  EDITOR’S NOTE: In what follows, Gregg R. Allison, professor of Christian theology at Southern Seminary, discusses his new book, Roman Catholic Theology and Practice: An Evangelical Assessment, with Towers editor S. Craig Sanders. CS: What was your methodology for assessing Roman Catholic theology and how did you engage with it in this book? GA: Most Protestants and…

2014 Commonweal Conference Breakout Session: Why Are You Here – Heavenly Work vs. Earthly Work

Being the Church in Other Contexts: Evangelism and Discipleship Overseas (Audio)

Panel Discussion: Revisiting Inerrancy

Panel Discussion: Revisiting Inerrancy (Audio)

Towers April 25, 2011

Panel – Perspectives on Multi-site Churches (Audio)

Panel – Perspectives on Multi-site Churches

A History of the Doctrine of the Atonement