Donald Macleod, Christ Crucified

Understanding the Atonement

In this program we welcome Dr. Donald Macleod to speak about the meaning and significance of Jesus Christ’s work on the cross. In his book Christ Crucified: Understanding the Atonement (IVP Academic), Dr. Macleod considers how the atonement is substitution, expiation, propitiation, reconciliation, satisfaction, redemption…
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

From Absolute Idealism to Analytic Philosophy, Part 1

In this post, I plan to give a brief historical sketch of the movement from nineteenth century absolute idealism to twentieth century analytic philosophy. In a follow-up post, I will survey the response Cornelius Van Til gave to absolute idealism,…
Hands Planting

Planting Reformed Churches

Today we speak with John Shaw, the General Secretary for Home Missions and Church Extension in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. This interview took place in the wake of the OPC’s annual Church Planter’s Conference, in Atlanta, GA. We discussed the…
Redeeming Mathematics

Poythress’ Latest: Redeeming Mathematics

I just received a copy of Vern Poythress’ latest book Redeeming Mathematics: A God-Centered Approach (Crossway). I’m looking forward to reading this book—not because it will help me with any homework—but because it addresses the foundations of reality itself. Even among theologians and apologists with…
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Potential First Century Manuscript of Mark Found

Many people are discussing the big news of a potential first century manuscript of Mark. Denny Burk posted a summary of the news on his site. Such a finding could have big implications, but the news may not be as decisive…
JETS 57.4

Covenantal Apologetics and Common-Sense Realism

Nathaniel Gray Sutanto joins us to speak about apologetics and his recent article titled, “Covenantal Apologetics and Common-Sense Realism: Recalibrating the Argument from Consciousness as a Test Case” in JETS, 57/4 (2014) 773–91. In this article, Gray offers a covenantal and presuppositional criticism of common-sense…

Debating Baptism and Ecclesiology

I wrote an essay recently posted at Reformed Forum, called “Ecclesiology and Redemptive History . . . Oh and Baptism.” As I explain in the introduction to that piece, my principle interest is ecclesiology. My approach in the essay is…
Jonathan Edwards

Vos’s Reformed Dogmatics, Junius on True Theology, Edwards and more

Jeff Waddington introduces several new or recent books, includes titles on Junius, Jonathan Edwards, and Cornelius Van Til. Download Participants: Camden Bucey, Jeff Waddington
Roman Catholic

Roman Catholic Theology and Practice: An Evangelical Assessment

Publisher’s Description In this balanced volume, Gregg Allison–an evangelical theologian and church historian–helps readers understand the nuances of Roman Catholic teaching. Walking through the official Catechism of the Catholic Church, Allison summarizes and assesses Catholic doctrine from the perspective of…
China's Reforming Churches

China’s Reforming Churches

Publisher’s Description China is now home to more evangelical believers than any other nation, and the church continues to grow and make inroads in every level of Chinese society. Such dramatic growth, against the backdrop of modern China, has produced…


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