Reading the Bible Theologically and Participatorily, Not Naturalistically and Linearly: Against Modern Bible Reading Practices

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The Importance of the Doctrine of the Vicarious Humanity of Christ for Evangelical Calvinists Made Clear by a Roman Catholic

The following is going to be a long quote from Paul Molnar (a Roman Catholic) on Torrance’s theology. I want to quote this for those of you, especially, who are more prone towards a “classically” conceived Calvinism, or even a Roman Catholic perspective. In this piece I hope that you will get a feel for Torrance’s […]

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A word from Barth

“He Himself is the one who establishes and maintains and directs the community which has received it and upon which it is laid. He Himself is the strength of its defense and its offensive. He Himself is the hope of freedom and enlightenment for the many who have not yet received and accepted it. He Himself above all is the comfort, and the restlessness, and yet also uplifting power in the weakness of its service. In a word, the Christian message lives as such by and to the One who at its heart bears the name of Jesus Christ.” -Church Dogmatics IV.1, pg. 17-1815