We like to make our home inviting, especially over the holidays. One of the places we begin, and perhaps you do as well, is your front doorway. We scrub the entrance and the light outside our door, rake away accumulated leaves, sweep all the cobwebs our industrious spiders weave, clean the storm door windows, and […]
How is God inviting you into His story this year?
A thoughtful, contemporary restatement of the classical doctrine of the atonement including different contended terms in reference to the atonement including substitution, expiation, propitiation, satisfaction, and victory.
An exploration of living in the tension of the glorious hope of Christian faith and the dark, unsettling realities of our lives through reflections grouped around the Friday, Saturday, and Sunday of the Triduum of Holy Week. A great book to read reflectively during Holy Week [April 9 – 16, 2017].
Summary: A collection of essays by presuppositional theologian Van Til with introduction and annotations by K. Scott Oliphint, articulating Van Til’s understanding of a Reformed doctrine of common grace, engaging views of others in this tradition that differ from his own.