The Glory of Kings: A Philosophical Defense of Christianity is written by Dr. Larry Hunt, currently a Professor at Harding University, Searcy AR. From the University’s website one discovers that Dr. Hunt’s specialty is in medieval literature and this fact, once discovered, is easily seen in the content of the work. The book is designated … Continue reading The Glory of Kings
The essence of eschatology, the language in which eschatological thought occurs, is a forward-looking conception of what is the ultimate outcome for mankind and the world. Most of those involved in the work of theology have a basic understanding of eschatology that conforms to this concept, and the traditional shape of eschatology is expressed in … Continue reading The Messiah: the Greater Prophet, the son of David, Emanuel.
The full title of the work is The Quest of the Hermeneutical Jesus: The Impact of hermeneutics on the Jesus Research of John Dominic Crossan and N. T. Wright, and per the author – Robert B. Stewart – was developed resultant to his doctrinal dissertation and the increasing realization that “historical reconstruction is in fact … Continue reading The Quest of the Hermeneutical Jesus
The Bible in Theology and Preaching was written by Donald K. McKim with the purpose of discussing the various theological positions in contemporary society, and how those schools of thought view the Scriptures. Each chapter undertakes to discuss a particular school of thought in such a way as to bring to light the questions of … Continue reading The Bible in Theology and Preaching
Read Jeremiah 33:10-11 … Singing has been around for a very long time. Perhaps singing developed as a natural extension of a person’s verbal expression, or maybe it became a cultivated talent specifically designed to convey a certain thought or intent. Either way, singing has become so deeply enmeshed in the ways of mankind in … Continue reading The Voice of Joy
Read 1 Corinthians 11:27-32 … Typically, historically, there have been only two physical practices recognized as having a specific relation to the life of the church. The first is baptism – which is a part of the beginnings of a person’s life and relationship to the whole of what it means to be part of … Continue reading Communion
The Deep Things of God: How the Trinity Changes Everything is written by Fred Sanders and reflects upon the nature, work, and interaction of the Trinity. Not only does the work seek to examine the interaction of the Trinity within the nature of God, but also looks to the interaction of the Father, Son, and … Continue reading The Deep Things of God