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Concept Mapping - A Window Into What Students Understand

One of the problems with teaching complex theological ideas is that it is often difficult to tell if students are repeating your examples back to you, or really demonstrating that they have understood the concepts. 1,000 more words


The Historical Basis of the Christian Faith: The Resurrection of Jesus By James Denney

An excellent essay on The Historical Basis of the Christian Faith: The Resurrection of Jesus by Scottish theologian Dr. James Denney.  Denney asks the question “Does Jesus, as He is revealed to us in history, justify the Christian religion as we have had it exhibited to us in the New Testament?”.  23 more words

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The Christology of Genesis 3:15

In similar fashion to that of Stuart Robinson, Geerhardus Vos, explained the meaning of Genesis 3:15 in redemptive-history–tracing the various parts of the promise in order to show the Christological nature of it–when he wrote: 1,201 more words

We Would See Jesus: 2014 Ligonier Fall Conference

Now available for free viewing online is Ligonier’s Fall Conference featuring R. C. Sproul, of course, along with Greg Beale, Derek Thomas, Steve Nichols, L. Michael Morales and R. 167 more words

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Meditation: God Hath Highly Exalted Him (Philippians 2:9)

Look till thy looks low wan, my soul; here’s ground.
The world’s bright eyes dashed out: day-light so brave
Bemidnighted; the sparkling sun paled-round
With flowering rays lies buried in its grave…

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Studies in Theology Dr. James Denney

I am making available for download an e-book Studies In Theology by Dr. James Denney (a Scottish theologian and Free Church minister).  Denney is best known for his books Jesus And The Gospel and… 34 more words

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The myth of religious violence

This fascinating article by Karen Armstrong is reblogged from The Guardian 

The popular belief that religion is the cause of the world’s bloodiest conflicts is central to our modern conviction that faith and politics should never mix. 4,503 more words