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John Frame's reservation with Vanhoozer

John Frame’s stature in the evangelical world is approximately proportionate to his physical stature. He raised many prominent scholars: the only one I’ll mention here (as you can guess) is Kevin Vanhoozer. 585 more words

Heaven and Earth Reconciled: God and the Modern Self #16

This installment completes this series. So, perhaps now would be a good time to let you in on a theological assumption I have made throughout this series: We can arrive at a Christian understanding of God only by viewing everything in the Bible and everything reason may tell us about God through the prism of Jesus Christ. 763 more words

God And The Modern Self

Bloesch on Theology and Metaphysics

Bloesch, Donald G. A Theology of Word & Spirit (Downers Grove, IL: IVP, 1992).

“The disquieting reality today is that the object of faith is being emptied of its conceptual or rational content, and theology is left without any indicators or criteria to gauge the truthfulness of its assertions” (11). 243 more words


On Helm’s Review of Oliphint: Theological Simplicism and Chalcedonian Theology Proper

I. A Response to Helm’s Response

At Helm’s Deep, Paul Helm has interacted with Scott Oliphint’s God with Us. Helm raises several worthwhile questions concerning the views expressed in Oliphint’s text, but he does so without addressing the distinguishing thesis of Oliphint’s book. 4,726 more words