What’s in a name? Well, everything to do with gender. Junia is Not Alone is Scot McKnight’s new e-book (I prefer to call it an e-Essay, since the length was hardly bookish). It’s a good read and piques interest in the business of Bible translation suggesting that God’s Word wasRead More

We confess the one true and living God, Creator of everything and Ruler over the entire creation. He has uniquely revealed himself in the living Word, Jesus Christ, and in the written Word, the Bible, as One Triune God—three coeternal and coequal Persons. Each Person is distinct, yet there isRead More

Key Questions about Christian Faith: Old Testament Answers by John Goldingay is a valuable collection of essays that are broad in scope touching on everything from tithing and circumcision to prayer and suffering. One essay caught my attention and suggests a cautious hermeneutic when seeking to find timeless principles fromRead More

Although I was not surprised it saddens me greatly to hear Dr. Wayne Grudem’s comment that biblical egalitarianism is tantamount to denying the Bible’s authority (Hear Grudem at 2:30 minutes and onward). Aside from Randy Alcorn’s blatant misrepresentation of biblical egalitarians (Good grief! No biblical egalitarian claims God the FatherRead More

Phil Payne’s magisterial book Man and Woman, One in Christ: An Exegetical and Theological Study of Paul’s Letters has been reviewed by Thomas R. Schreiner: “Philip Payne on Familiar Ground: A Review of Philip B. Payne, Man and Woman, One in Christ: An Exegetical and Theological Study of Paul’s Letters.”Read More

Graham C. Cole has an outstanding lecture entitled “Trinity without Tiers” (download the MP3 here) introducing the controversy over the eternal subordination of the Son to the Father and the dangers of applying the relationships among the members of the Trinity to male-female relationships. It’s well worth the listen. IRead More