Noteworthy Quote from “God’s Design.”

Considering the political and social climate in the United States and the cry of liberationists on every street corner, I found the following quote by biblical theologian Elmer A. Martens’ noteworthy. He writes, The exodus event was a political event since it involved the escape of a people from Pharaoh, a political power. But the liberation pointed forward to a […]

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A Dynamic Faith: A Glimpse at Salvation in James

Introduction             Is the Apostle James guilty of propagating a rogue soteriology of works? Many biblical scholars, especially since Reformation, have wrestled with the content of the epistle he penned to the twelve dispersed tribes centuries ago. Allen Cabaniss writes, “Because of Luther’s flippant remark that it was ‘an epistle of straw’ in comparison with the Pauline correspondence, it has […]

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Defending Dogma : An Apologetic Response to Karl Barth’s Doctrine of the Trinity

What is God like? Is He monadic in nature or is He triune? This has been the source of great contention for many great thinkers throughout history. Many view the concept of Trinity as a creation of heretics in the early church. They accuse Trinitarian Christians of being tri-theistic, but is this an accurate accusation? Often, opponents point out that […]

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A Reflection on Clark Pinnock’s “Church in the Power of the Holy Spirit”

Pentecostal Ecclesiology? What is Pentecostal ecclesiology? How does the flame of the Pentecostal revival challenge our preconceived notions on the theology of the church?  More specifically, what do Pentecostals have to offer on this subject to the broader spectrum of  Christianity? In his article, Church in the Power of the Holy Spirit: The Promise of Pentecostal Ecclesiology, Clark H. Pinnock […]

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