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January 2014

The Question of Canon

Dr. Michael J. Kruger speaks with Christ the Center about his recent book, The Question of Canon: Challenging the Status Quo in the New Testament Debate. The

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A Consistent Biblical-Theological Hermeneutic

In By Faith, Not By Sight Richard Gaffin summarizes a redemptive-historical (or covenant-historical, biblical-theological) hermeneutic, distinct from a purely grammatical-historical hermeneutic. For discussions regarding the doctrine of

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Covenantal Apologetics (ETS 2013)

K. Scott Oliphint gives an address at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society on November 19, 2013. Dr. Oliphint speaks about covenantal apologetics,

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Highlights from 2013

We begin the New Year with a look at some of our best clips from 2013. Listen to the full episodes of the clips we’ve

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The Question of Canon

Dr. Michael J. Kruger speaks with Christ the Center about his recent book, The Question of Canon: Challenging the Status Quo in the New Testament Debate. The

Read More »

A Consistent Biblical-Theological Hermeneutic

In By Faith, Not By Sight Richard Gaffin summarizes a redemptive-historical (or covenant-historical, biblical-theological) hermeneutic, distinct from a purely grammatical-historical hermeneutic. For discussions regarding the doctrine of

Read More »

Covenantal Apologetics (ETS 2013)

K. Scott Oliphint gives an address at the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society on November 19, 2013. Dr. Oliphint speaks about covenantal apologetics,

Read More »

Highlights from 2013

We begin the New Year with a look at some of our best clips from 2013. Listen to the full episodes of the clips we’ve

Read More »

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Simply Blessed: Mastricht, Minimalism and the Messiah

Neither consumerism nor minimalism can make us happy. When either is raised to messianic proportions, their disciples are left dry and doomed. But there is a tertium quid (a third option) that only the Christian can see: God giving himself in covenant to be our God.

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