We affirm our faith in Jesus Christ, the living Word of God, and in the Bible, the written Word of God without claiming to have a full and perfect understanding of the faith we confess. “the hesitations and doubts that are present at many points (in modern theology) do not in themselves indicate a deep […]Read More The Gospel, the Bible and Theology
The experiential theology of early Dutch Calvinism finds its clearest expression in the writings of a number of seventeenth century writers, such as William Ames, T J Frelinghuysen and William a Brakel. William Ames, probably the most well-known representative of this type of theology, opens his book, The Marrow of Theology, with a definition of […]Read More G. C. Berkouwer and the Experiential Theology of Early Dutch Calvinism
Lamentations Karl Barth the Preacher Pride and Faith in Berkouwer’s Studies in Dogmatics Arminius – Hero or Heretic? John Hick’s Religious World A Biblical Approach to Theodicy The Use of the Bible in Evangelical Preaching Today Can we give an adequate account of human experience without reference to God? The Place of Theology in the […]Read More Theological Articles / Books
In the preface to his book, The Evangelism of the Early Church, Michael Green states a personal reason for writing the book: “Most evangelists are not very interested in theology: most theologians are not very interested in evangelism. I am deeply committed to both. So the study of this subject was particularly congenial to me” […]Read More Teaching Evangelism
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As well as Berkouwer’s ‘Studies in Dogmatics’, there are the interesting books – The Triumph of Grace in the Theology of Karl Barth & A Half Century of Theology. Reading the first title makes some inclined to connect Berkouwer with Barth. We should be careful at this point. Though he has clearly studied Barth’s works […]Read More A Little Bit about "The Triumph of Grace … " and "A Half Century … "